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    Love that alata hybrid, Brooks. It looks like a gem this time of year. These should be my last couple photos for a while. For a unique finish I'm including an old photo of a NC purp and a hybrid that I recently sent you, PDX. Enjoyed it, thanks to all.
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    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/imduff/yellowpurp.jpg[/img]

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    Very nice! Why are thats purps flowers white? Is it var. burkei?
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    It's not a 'burkei.' It's a 'venosa' typical of NC. It produces yellow flowers. I'm not sure why.
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    Thats real cool! And its not a heterodoxa either! It might be worthy of a cultivar name,any thoughts on this?
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    How about "green petals"?
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    OK, can't have a day go by where I let Brooks post the last photo [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

    The first is a Rubra Alabamensis from Chilton County - this one is for Bugweed.

    Next is a Red Dixie.

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    [img]http://home.**********.com/users/pdxjeff/redd.jpg[/img]

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    I've been outcrossing the yellow flowered purp with other NC purps to see if I could improve the plant. As well, I'd like to see how the yellow color is inherited. The plant itself is vigorous and produces nice red veined pitchers. I've crossed it with a large pitchering purp that produces large flowers. It might take another generation but, I'm interested to see what develops.
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    Imduff,
    Now, you kill me. I am weak seeing thoes two plants. I want to know what PDX did to deserve a piece of that second one? I think that one should be called 'Bullfrog.'

    OK Mr. PDX, the day is not done just yet and I have been busy this morning in the CP bogs with the camera. And, yes Scarlett, tomorrow is another day.

    I post a trio of greens: a leuco x purp x rubra gulfensis, a leuco x rubra and, a oreo x leuco white with a leuco green x rubra jonesii green in the back ground. How about them (green) apples?





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