In 2013, a few of these P.agnata flowers were either self-pollinated or cross-pollinated with the darkest sibling clones.
On July 28, 2013, the seed produced from those pollination attempts was sown, resulting in about 200 seedlings springing up.
Those seedlings were observed; the first ones to color up and darken their early leaves were fed and allowed extra growing space, eventually being moved to avoid overcrowding.
Of those 200 second generation seedlings, here are a few that have been chosen to either be grown on or worked on further.
The largest specimen, on the far right, is a clone/leaf pulling of the dark 'mother' in the first post of this thread, for comparison.
It is the parent of all the other seedlings in the pic above and the pic below.
One of these second generation seedlings seems to be showing more of the blue pigments than the other colored clones,
which for the most part, tend to have more of the red to reddish-brown pigments.
This clone was chosen for its color and ability to color up very quickly from typical 'drought mode' yellow.
It will be interesting to follow up with this clone.
Hopefully it will hold the keys to unlocking
a dark indigo colored 3rd or 4th generation P. agnata.