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Home > All Orchids > Phragmipedium > Phragmipedium Hybrids > Phrag. Fritz Schomburg (3N) (besseae 'Robs Choice' AM/AOS (4N) x kovachii 'Tessoro Morado'AM/AOS (4N)

Phrag. Fritz Schomburg (3N) (besseae 'Robs Choice' AM/AOS (4N) x kovachii 'Tessoro Morado'AM/AOS (4N)

Phrag. Fritz Schomburg (3N)<span class="cross"> (besseae 'Robs Choice' AM/AOS (4N) x kovachii 'Tessoro Morado'AM/AOS (4N) </span>
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Orange, Yellow
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CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix I Hybrids (Paphs and Phrags)

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Leaf Span

Flowering size - NOT In-Spike ($300.00)
12-14cm leaf span - NOT In-Spike ($200.00)

In this hybrid we have used our very best besseae 'Rob's Choice' AM/AOS 4N and crossed it with our very best kovachii 'Tesoro Morado'. 'Tesoro Morado' is the most colorful and round kovachii we have, and also the most long-lasting. So far the results have been excellent, as you can see in the photos. They should show their full potential on the 3rd blooming season. When these plants reach full maturity and have flowered for the third time, they will reach the largest size from that point forward. These have excellent substance and the colors have been in rich orange reds.




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