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    With leaves beginning to push 8 or so inches on the big one, D. regia is quite enthralling...


    Underrated species alert! My capensis typical is finally looking healthy enough to match the albas

    D. 'Dreamsicle' is flowering, and since we know fil x tracyi hybrids are fertile, I plan to make some worthy x hybrid type plants soon

    Beware the creepy! My mother's least favorite pot, I'm sure: D. intermedia Easton

    What happens when your plants in one pot all decide to go dormant at different times, and you put them in the fridge anyway? Mutants: in this pic there is a double, triple, and quadruple leaf on the rotunds

    And, my ever-lanky indica Scented Flower
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    Good morning everyone,

    I have some very small new arrivals ! My D. Capensis and also my very first attempt at growing them..
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/qwgs6evte0...2008.12.13.jpg

    Have a great day !

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    D. regia is still the king of the winter-wet greenhouse

    D. capensis 'Albino' flower: I've attempted a number of crosses with this stalk, and while only a few seem to have taken (and looking at the selfed flowers, I'll probably retry on the new stalk), I should have some hybrids up and coming

    D. brevifolia: other end of the size spectrum

    My 'Dreamsicle' has seriously disappointed me, as the flower stalk tip went black. this has happened on a number of other plants, most notably my sessilifolias, anyone have an idea why? It's ruining my hybrid attempts

    Mutant D. rotundifolia: the first pic shows a triple leaf, the second a quadruple. Can you see all the sides?

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    D. schizandra

    D. indica Scented flower

    D. 'Dreamsicle'

    graomogolensis

    sessilifolia

    ultramafica x spatulata

    binata binata Waihohonu Desert Rd.

    biggest of the 'Tamlin' x tokaiensis clones currently

    filiformis FL Giant flower

    spatulata white flower

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    Lovely dews! Your sessilifolia look an awful lot like what I have growing as D. burmannii "Pilliga Red", in terms of size and structure. The sessies I have are smaller (dime to nickel sized) and more compact than that. Examples below. Started each from ICPS seedbank seed about three years back.

    burmannii "Pilliga Red"


    sessilifolia

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    I have the burmannii 'Pilliga red' as well as another form on top of the sessilifolia. But the seeds they came from were from the ICPS bank manager's collection, so they should be properly labeled, and sounds like they may have been started around the same time. Usually they have a bit more rounded leaves than right now.
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    Not a whole lot for today, but the spatulata "Beenak, Victoria" plants are about to flower

    And the D. madagascariensis are looking presentable again
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    Again, not too many pics for today, but:
    D. tokaiensis x spatulata 'Tamlin', most colorful plant in this pot right now

    spatulata 'Tamlin' x sp. Lantau Island

    soon-to-be 'Tom Turpin'

    tomentosa (a leaf from the smaller plant can be seen at the very top of the pic)

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