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    P. agnata "CSUF"


    100% APS w/trichoderma

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    nice one B. looks kinda like my P. agnata at the moment, hope you dont mind me adding a photo

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    Not at all
    They do look alot alike

    what media type?
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    If I'm not mistaken, its peat/perlite/vermiculite.

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    Hi guys

    Great photos of well grown plants. Lovely colours. I grow a mystery form of P. agnata at the moment, and I considered the plant most likely to be P. agnata "CSUF". I received the plant as a small plantlet and it is still rather small (was pulled at the end of winter and only now producing summer growth and putting on size). I considered it likely to be this based upon leaf shape and colour, but a flower will be required for identification. Here is what it looks like.



    After looking at your photos, I have a couple of questions. Both plants look very 'hairy' on the edge of the leaves, or are these very long stalked glands? I thought I read somewhere that P. agnata "CSUF" has glands on both sides of the summer leaves. Is this true? I understand one of the best ways to ID this plant is by the smell of its flowers. Have you noticed this?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 12-17-2009 at 05:55 AM. Reason: Nomenclature correction - replaced single quotes with double (not a registered cultivar)

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    http://biology.fullerton.edu/facilit...nata_csuf.html

    It is not a registered cultivar so single quotes should not be used.
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    Matt,

    I dont know yet... this is it's first flowering
    Ill let you know as soon as I do

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    Here's my specimen, not inclined to flower at all:


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