Phragmipedium Petite Queillette

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Phragmipedium Petite Queillette is besseae x andreettae. These are blooming for the second time from flask. I think all of the plants from flasks bloomed within a month last year. All were cute but I only kept three. Two are in bloom now, and the other is in bud. I will post it when it opens.

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Beautiful! Love that colour.
How long did it take from flask till bloom?
 

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Beautiful. I'd also love a division of one of those. I don't see much andreettae in them. Does it show up the size i.e. are they smaller than besseae?
 
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Does it show up the size i.e. are they smaller than besseae?

The size is pretty similar to besseae. Some clones have more andreettae influence with a slight twist to the petals. Outside of the color, the influence is slight in these. You can see a bit of the andreettae in the base of the petals. There is a slight reflex at the bottom of the petals moving away from the staminode.
 
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