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Old 08-21-2021, 01:16 PM
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Hi everyone, I have a couple of questions regarding the difference of care between phragmipedium fischeri, andreettae and anguloi. Last year I bought a phragmipedium fischeri flask, lost most of them, I currently have three small seedlings and one just had its crown rot, one I growing insanely tiny leaves and one is appears to be growing fine but it wasnít a part of the flask(I bought it from the same seller but as a singular plant). At around the same time I also bought a phragmipedium andreettae flask which I lost half the seedlings so a smaller loss rate than fischeri. This year I bought a phragmipedium anguloi flask and theyíre growing well and I havenít lost any. I donít know the care differences between those phragmipediums, what are the care differences? My current conditions are 19-30 degrees Celsius, 70-99% humidity and low airflow. I also have a schlimii var manzurii and I bought it as an advanced and established seedling and itís growing well in my care.
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I wouldn't know without researching, and have no practical experience with these species, but someone here should be able to help please?
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Hi everyone, I have a couple of questions regarding the difference of care between phragmipedium fischeri, andreettae and anguloi. Last year I bought a phragmipedium fischeri flask, lost most of them, I currently have three small seedlings and one just had its crown rot, one I growing insanely tiny leaves and one is appears to be growing fine but it wasnít a part of the flask(I bought it from the same seller but as a singular plant). At around the same time I also bought a phragmipedium andreettae flask which I lost half the seedlings so a smaller loss rate than fischeri. This year I bought a phragmipedium anguloi flask and theyíre growing well and I havenít lost any. I donít know the care differences between those phragmipediums, what are the care differences? My current conditions are 19-30 degrees Celsius, 70-99% humidity and low airflow. I also have a schlimii var manzurii and I bought it as an advanced and established seedling and itís growing well in my care.
fischerii: epiphyte: The known habitats are in altitudes of around 1400 m above sea-level, along small rivers in fully shaded spots that are exposed to a constant breeze.
Phragmipedium fischeri Braem & H.Mohr | Plants of the World Online | Kew Science

andreettae: lithophyte: It grows on rocks and on steep banks along fast flowing streams in shaded spots in montane forests between 500-1000 meters above sea level. ... Andreetta's Phragmipedium like high humidity preferably above 50%. Good air movement should be ensured.
Travaldo's blog: Phragmipedium andreettae care and culture


anguloi: terrestrial lithophyte? grows in leafy debris and humous pockets on rocky underground at altitudes of 1600 feet in mountainous valleys

http://richardiana.jardinbotaniquede...agmipedium.pdf
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