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Phrag. Eumelia Arias - kovachii Hybrid (schlimii 'OZ' x kovachii 'Terminator')

Phrag. Eumelia Arias - kovachii Hybrid <span class="cross"> (schlimii 'OZ' x kovachii 'Terminator')</span>
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Pink, Purple
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CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix I Hybrids (Paphs and Phrags)

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Pot Size

18-20 CM Near Flowering size - NOT In-Spike ($50.00)

A beautiful primary cross between Phrag. schlimii and Phrag. kovachii. These flowers have a slight fragrance of rose from the schlimii parent and a compact growth habit. These are great plants with very nice dark purple flowers and growths that don't creep out of the pot.  Limited availability. These were created here at Orchids Limited and we feel that the shape will be better than others that have been on the market.


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