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    Wow guys, those are all some great looking plants and seedlings.

    Yuri - you have quite the collection. Very nice growing!

    Eric - Yours are coming along really nicely. A lot of promising plants. Can't wait till next year's growth. And I have to agree with you on those purp x Moorei plants of Vic's. Those have some stunning color to them.

    Always a pleasure to see what you have cooking Victor. Your collection is growing by leaps and bounds and is looking great. Btw - what is that purp loooking seedling of mine you have there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred P View Post
    And I have to agree with you on those purp x Moorei plants of Vic's. Those have some stunning color to them.

    Always a pleasure to see what you have cooking Victor. Your collection is growing by leaps and bounds and is looking great. Btw - what is that purp loooking seedling of mine you have there?
    Thanks Fred. My garden crosses slowed just a little this year due to arrival of little one, but still collected some seed this year that I'll be able to share around. That one seedling is labeled FH44. You tell me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dionae View Post
    Thank you Kinjie! If youre talking about the plant in my last set of pics, yes, its kept its colors. Its a really vigorous grower too.
    Yes the last set of pics. Great plant and very special!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DroseraBug View Post
    Thanks Fred. My garden crosses slowed just a little this year due to arrival of little one, but still collected some seed this year that I'll be able to share around. That one seedling is labeled FH44. You tell me?
    Vic - That FH44 was an open pollenated seedling of this catesbaei "Sunrise"

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    I want to see more pictures people! Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil hokie View Post
    I want to see more pictures people! Haha
    Here they are





    Some one 10 months old seedling



    This is quite funny, the following are two mooreis, on the left is S. x moorei anthofree, on the right is S. x moorei red. That was the result of a pollination made with two different pollen (anthofree flava and rubricorpora) on an anthofree leucophylla

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    Love that "Sunrise" plant and the seedlings Fred. Stunning plants Yuri!!!

    Some that stuck out in fall for me

    S. purp burkii x x moorei




    This one sticks out. Has deep red on peristome and all the way down pitcher tube
    oreo Sand Mountain x minor 'Okee Giant' seed from NAN NASC Auction



    These grow in a circular formation
    S. (jonesii x minor var. okeefenokeensis ) x (psittacina x minor 'Okee Giant')



    I like minor and psitt hybrids despite some folks, some are weird looking.
    complex one
    S. (psitt x min 'Okee Giant') x x formosa all different clones





    'LW' x moorei "Red" looks more like 'LW'



    looks more like "Red"
    Last edited by DroseraBug; 11-13-2012 at 09:22 AM.
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    beautiful plants, guys.. I really like the first formosa cross pictured, droserabug. Its veining really pops out

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