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Thread: D. regia 'Big Easy' color

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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    Hello, as some of you may remember, I moved all my cps to my new larger, better light getting green house last month (about march 25th)
    Anyway, at this time my D. regia 'Big Easy' looked like this


    And now, already... It has colored up to this:

    I just found it interesting and thought I'd share it.
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    Now that's a happy looking D. regia!!! Look at those dew drops!

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    Yes, very dewy and red!

    Now tell me, what's the difference between a typical D. regia and a D. regia 'Big Easy'?

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    Thanks for the coments.
    Well, for 1, I've never been able to keep a "typical" alive for any period of time. Now with the better green house I'd be willing to give another one a shot if anyone has one just PM me- We'll work it out.

    Really though, check out the standard here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (adnedarn @ April 19 2006,5:49)]Really though, check out the standard here.
    And, the original published description for 'Big Easy' is found here
    BTW, all of the species and cultivar descriptions published in CPN are now (or soon will be) on the ICPS Web site.
    Species Descriptions and Cultivar Registrations

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    andrew: would these have even a chance of growing on a south window sill? would they thrive?
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    alex, I honestly dont' know... Are you talking about light requirements? In my old green house it grew okay and got only 3-5 hrs of sun.
    But in the new houst with lots more light, i think it obviously looks better.
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    wow, that thing sure is beautiful. someday when i have enough money i want to get one. also heres a stupid question, is that a pvc pipe your growing it in?

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