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Old 06-09-2022, 06:53 PM
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I sent a question Re: the other phrag guy, to Mr. C Acker, Breeder Extraordinaire, and he offered me a list of divisions. I don't have a ton of space or $$$ dinero, but I got 2 divisions. They arrived today! So amazing! Big, healthy etc. You can really tell the difference in people who sell.

I just chose after a cursory glance at what they looked like and all. I got Waunakee Sunset "Cherry" because it has vibrant flowers. It is "Tiny" the smallest phrag I have ever seen! This division has 2 old, one new, and a spike starting (also I see little bud bumps at the base). Waunakee Sunset is an Acker breeding 2003, but I am not sure if "Cherry" is or not.

I got Trojan Treasure because I have been wanting a long petaled phrag. Unlike "Cherry" this one is Huge! I got 2 old, 2 new, and one well-developed tiny growth. It also has a starting spike. According to the tag, he wrote himself it is Warscowiczianum (several synonyms) "Windy Hill"X China Dragon 'Windy Hill'AM/AOS) M.LeDoux 2016. (The Orchidroots page is missing).
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