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 Post subject: Phragmipedium Grande
PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:44 pm 
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Just a quick pic of the first one just opening up. I got this plant pretty much dead about 2/3 years ago- I had no idea about slippers back then so I pestered all you good folks of OFEU into telling me how to correctly look after it...thanks alot for all the advice and tips you shared on here. I'll post some more pictures when it puts on more of a spread.
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 Post subject: Re: Phragmipedium Grande
PostPosted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:46 am 
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Looks a very healthy plant Matty. Should put on a very good display when all are out.

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Well done on the rescue Matty. Looks like it's going to be a very good bloom.
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Great healthy plant heat spike well on your way upto a wonderful specimen plant congrats


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Annoying what's happened to photo bucket!
Here's my phrag. Grande, theres a 4th bud on the way but apparently the 1st one will drop off soon so im cashing in now before it falls apart or I knock it over. The long petals are 15inches long.

I'm lost without photo bucket...it would be quicker to draw a picture! Best I can do for now. Apologies for the stiff necks :)

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 Post subject: Re: Phragmipedium Grande
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Really nice Grande Matty you've done very well with it'
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Great growing Matty, love its 15" petals.

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Great result there Matty. Could grow into a very healthy multispiking Phrag.

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Very lovely flowers congrats


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