Rare phrag near to bloom

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I'm really looking forward to seeing the bloom. I have a Phrag. Pittston Farm that
is in bud now. I wonder if klotzeanum is in the background of this plant. The
similarity of the foliage is striking.
 

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Time for an updated photo? Very healthy looking plant!
 

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I'm really looking forward to seeing the bloom. I have a Phrag. Pittston Farm that
is in bud now. I wonder if klotzeanum is in the background of this plant. The
similarity of the foliage is striking.
Angela - You are right (of couse). Pittston Farm is a Bill Goldner (Woodstream) cross between Jersey and klotzschianum.
 

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Thank you Kate. I'm quite pleased that the plant has decided to bloom on a one
growth plant. The bud is quite small, but I don't mind that at all. *big grin*
 

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Eric, try Pittston Farm. Mine is doing very well with very little babying. It does seem to
prefer high light and excellent air movement.
 
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