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    phragand soph in bloom

    This Chuck Acker cross is back in bloom It's a sequential bloomer with buds forming behind this one.



    My sophronitis cernus are coming into bloom, here are the first of the flowers.

    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
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    wowee PRETTY, im trying to get my china dragon too bloom it seems to be close but who knows, have you ever seen the china dragon phrag.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uphwiz View Post
    wowee PRETTY, im trying to get my china dragon too bloom it seems to be close but who knows, have you ever seen the china dragon phrag.?
    I haven't seen one in person but they are gorgeous phrags, I love grandes (one of china dragon's parents)
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    Wow, nice! Orange is so rare in people's orchid gardens which is unfortunate because it's sooo gorgeous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Wow, nice! Orange is so rare in people's orchid gardens which is unfortunate because it's sooo gorgeous!
    Does this mean in the spring you'd like a divsion of LC Trick or treat? a bright orange minicatt, which means it's only anout ten inches high
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    Quote Originally Posted by chibae View Post
    Does this mean in the spring you'd like a divsion of LC Trick or treat? a bright orange minicatt, which means it's only anout ten inches high
    Only if it can be neglected at low humidity and a constant 75ish degrees F, and survive on one watering a week in a pot of chopped forest bark

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    Very nice Chib, awesome flowers.
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Only if it can be neglected at low humidity and a constant 75ish degrees F, and survive on one watering a week in a pot of chopped forest bark
    it'd be happy with the temperature and lives eight months a year in 50% humidity, and usually only gets watered once a week, so what's the problem?
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