Would anyone like to trade long-petalled Phrag species?

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  1. Sep 15, 2019 #1

    silence882

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    Hi All,

    I've got two plants of Phrag. humboldtii (syn. popowii) that I'd like to trade for either Phrag. caudatum or Phrag. warscewiczianum (syn. wallisii). They're in 5.5" pots. Here's a photo of the two plants available:
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    The one on the left has one bloomed growth and one half-sized new growth. It's #2 from this thread:
    https://www.slippertalk.com/threads/phrag-humboldtii-sibs.47688/

    The one on the right has one old growth that didn't bloom and one good-sized new growth. It was right in front of my fan, so I think it got too dry and didn't bloom with its 3 siblings.

    I'd like to trade for similarly sized plants. If anyone is interested, please send me a PM.

    --Stephen
     
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    Stephen, let me check my greenhouse. I think I have at least
    one of the plants you mentioned. I need to take an inventory
    of my Phrags, but the weather has been hideous hot here and
    I keep putting it off.
     
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    Thanks! Here in Maryland we've also had a distressingly hot September. We seem to be skipping straight from summer to winter and vice versa lately.
     
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    Stephen, I have a caudatum, but I don't think it's the type you're
    looking for. I'm sorry. As to the warscewiczianum, I have several
    crosses, but I suspect they aren't the type you're looking for.
    Here's looking forward to cooler weather and some RAIN!
     
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    Green Phrags?! Wuhhhh?
     
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    Thanks for checking!

    Yes, Eric, there are green Phrags.
     
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    Stephen, still looking to trade? I think I have an extra caudatum.
     
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