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Phrag. Fritz Schomburg (made with besseae flavum) (besseae flavum x kovachii)

Phrag. Fritz Schomburg (made with besseae flavum)<span class="cross"> (besseae flavum x kovachii)</span>
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These have been very nice with pastel coral to peachy orange/coral flowers. The warmer the temps are when the plant flowers, the more pastel the color is. Ours are in a bark mix and as long as you water twice per week or stand the pots in a saucer of water, they will perform well for you. This is a successive bloomer with flowers opening and lasting for about three weeks before they fall and another flower commences. This process can go on for 2-3 months or more. These are first-bloom plants and will develop larger flowers and improve as the plants get older and larger.

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