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Old 11-30-2014, 06:08 PM
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I've decided that I like Phrags very much. They seem very undemanding and out of the three I have (two Green Hornets and one Sunset Glow), the Hornets are both flowering, and the Sunset Glow is in spike/bud.

These flowers are from Mama Green hornet:
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Wow. Really pretty, and there's another bud peeking out in the background. Way to grow
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Old 12-01-2014, 06:56 AM
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Wow. Really pretty, and there's another bud peeking out in the background. Way to grow
Haha! Yes, there is. I think this is the first spike on mommy Green Hornet. It could be the second though... I'm not certain. It has three spikes at the moment, but the first one is on its last flower. All in all, it got 17 flowers on that first spike, so it has been in flower for a while. As I wrote before; I like Phrags. Rather undemanding when you've figured out how to care for them (hybrids, that is, don't know about the species), and very rewarding.

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very nice
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Old 12-02-2014, 02:30 AM
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Love the colors!
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Lovely, I have 2 Phrags, but think I need some more.
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Really nice.
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Thanks guys! I have another Phrag that's in high bud now (and in desperate need of a repot; it's trying to crawl out of its pot). Really like this genus.
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I want a phrag
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This is nice. Really nice.
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