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Phragmipedium x sedenii (longifolium x schlimii)

Posted by ifraser25 z11 Brazil (ifraser57@hotmail.com) on
Sat, Sep 8, 12 at 17:48

Phrags are quite demanding to grow, which is why this is the only one I have. In nature they are always found near streams and must have a constant supply of very clean water. This one is a natural hybrid, found in Colombia between Phrag. longifolium and schlimii.

Phragmipedium x sedenii ( longifolium x schlimii)


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RE: Phragmipedium x sedenii (longifolium x schlimii)

  • Posted by jank US10 (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 8, 12 at 21:27

BEAUTIFUL!!! So glad you gave it a try.


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