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Thread: P. agnata (CSUF) x P. moctezumae - Not P. 'Aphrodite'

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    Nice plant. What is CSUF?

    Any potential name ideas yet?

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    CSUF is California State University Fullerton.
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    Isn't P. agnata [CSUF] scented? Do these flowers have a scent? It's an awesome plant either way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxposwillo View Post
    CSUF is California State University Fullerton.
    Ahhhh... Thank you.

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    Yes, they have scent, apparently inherited from the mother plant, Pinguicula agnata (CSUF).

    Just an additional plus for this clone, but not stronger than that mother plant's fragrance.

    I have propagated this clone, with about six plants that are flowering size and several dozen more that are small but coming along nicely. So far it seems stable with the flowers and foliage appearing identical in each of the leaf-pulling divisions.

    I have just now begun thinking of possible names for this potential cultivar.
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 12-13-2007 at 01:10 AM.
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