Used to be Easy - Phragmipediums

It Used to Be Easy: Phragmipediums

Lois Cinert, AOS accredited judge, tells all about PHRAGS!!! The program begins with a brief review of the history of Phragmipedium, and the influence of Phrag. besseae and now Phrag. kovachii. She wcovers the early rarity of Phrags, their later popularity, and some of the reasons hybrids look the way they do, and why they are still sometimes difficult to grow.

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