F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

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F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by haiku » Thu Mar 24, 2011 3:41 pm

F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat (Taida Lawrence 'Peter Lin' HCC/AOS X Krull's Red Hot 'Red Leather')

Here she is...double spikes on the 1st. bloom with a total of 2 flowers & 5 buds.
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Post by Hera » Thu Mar 24, 2011 4:55 pm

Nice one. Did you get a compot and do you have more coming in bloom?

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Re: (Taida Lawrence x Krull's Red Hot ) F8-22

Post by haiku » Thu Mar 24, 2011 5:44 pm

Hi Jackie,

Yes I did get this in a mini compot. The 1st. to bloom was an orangish shade but was a little too reflexed. This is the only one I have left from the cross. I let the others go in a trade.

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Re: (Taida Lawrence x Krull's Red Hot ) F8-22

Post by peterlin » Thu Mar 24, 2011 5:47 pm

Thanks Steve. Great job growing and flowering this hybrid. I like your choice. It looks to have good substance and color combination. I am really hoping for a reddish orange flower with good form. I've only flower 1 from this cross and it's not a keeper. Please feel free to post the other pictures if you care to. It's educational.
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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by peterlin » Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:46 pm

F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat 'Orange#1'
(Taida Lawrence 'Peter Lin' HCC/AOS X Krull's Red Hot 'Red Leather')

This is flowering from a compot. Nice art-shade. I think that Steve has bloomed one similar to this color. Flower is large. Color is really awesome. But I am disappointed with the flower form. I have repotted this so we will see what it can do in another year. I have this flask since 2008, and I'm just getting around to repot the compots. :(
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Post by peterlin » Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:00 pm

Adding couple picture from Steve
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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by rangiku » Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:10 pm

I really like the color and lip, Peter. Let's hope the form improves next year. :)

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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by peterlin » Sat Jun 30, 2012 6:33 am

A customer posted a flower of this hybrid on slipper talk.
It's the best flower I've been from this cross. Form stays flat like pod parent Taida Lawrence...and color came from Krull's Red Hot. I still have several of these crowded in compot. One day I will repot them individually so they can have the space/resouces to flower properly. It's always more encouraging when you see good result that compells you to repot plants. :)

http://www.slippertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26292
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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by rangiku » Sat Jun 30, 2012 2:38 pm

Is it okay to link it this way, Peter?

orchid527 wrote:This is Taida lawrence x Krull's Red Hot. I purchased a flask of these several years ago from Peter Lin and the first two to bloom were keepers. They are vigorous growers and the color is stable. Flowers are a little over 7 cm and well presented on the spike. I think it has potential. I'm pretty sure the Krull's Red Hot is a tetraploid and I'm guessing the Taida Lawrence is too.

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Post by peterlin » Sat Jun 30, 2012 2:42 pm

No - because I am asking this customer for his permission. I am waiting for his reply that it is okay to use his picture.
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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by Ben Belton » Sat Jun 30, 2012 3:55 pm

wow... looks like Shenandoah Fire
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Post by rangiku » Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:10 pm

Okay, deleted photo link for now.

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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by orchid527 » Sun Jul 08, 2012 6:52 am

Sorry Guys. Should have posted the pic here first since others also purchased flasks.
The first flower is the one posted on slippertalk. I cannot say enough good things about this plant. The flowers are very flat and well presented on a strong spike and there is little change in color as the flower matures. The second photo is of the second to bloom. It is a little rough, but I suspect it will look better next year. All of the plants from this cross have been robuts growers and I have another 25-30 yet to bloom.
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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by peterlin » Sun Jul 08, 2012 6:58 am

Hey Mike,

I got your pm on slippertalk. Thank you for posting pictures here. I enjoy your pictures and I am glad that a few of these are good flowers. I like red and orange colors so these are what I was hoping to achieve. The ones I flowered did not hold its form well, but my plant was small flowering from compot. I am very behind on repotting so this is not a surprise.
Now if these flowers are also fragrant, then they would be perfect. I know Phal Brother Lawrence is fragrant but I haven't noticed fragrance in Phal Taida Lawrence.

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Re: F8-22 Phal Pylo's Texas Heat

Post by orchid527 » Sun Jul 08, 2012 7:54 am

Peter

I don't recall ever checking to see if these were fragrant. They were towards the back of the shelf and there were other "stinkers" in the area.

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