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Phaius Dan Rosenberg

Posted by shirley-z-8-tx (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 6, 11 at 20:41

My Phaius Dan Rosenverg is now blooming and it has four bloom spikes. It takes up quite a bit of room so I grow it outside in the summer.


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Trying again for photo.


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Very nice - I have plain old P. tancarvilliae in spike right now, but I've never seen this one before - where did you get it? I like the D. spectabile in the preceding post as well - I have a number of Latouria Dens, and that is one of my favorites, for its completely bizarre appearance.
Tucker


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RE: Phaius Dan Rosenberg

Such a prolific bloomer. Very pretty colors. What is the pink plant blooming inthe background?


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A friend who had been to a show in Dallas gave me the plant. It had just finished blooming. This is the second time it has bloomed for me. I also have the Phaius Tankervilleae in bloom with three bloom spikes. By the way guess you saw this one actually has five bloom stalks. The background plant is two Bouganvillas in the same pot.


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A close up of Phaius Dan Rosenberg

Here is a link that might be useful: http://s1180.photobucket.com/albums/x404/shirley-z-8-tx/?action=view¤t=IMG_2003.jpg


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RE: Phaius (Gastrophaius) Dan Rosenberg

In fact this is a hybrid of Phaius tankervillae and Gastrorchis tuberculosa, so it's correct name would be Gastrophaius Dan Rosenberg. That is somewhat better than Gastrorchis tuberculosa, however, which sounds as if it could be terminal...


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