Hi guys. I've been breeding D. capensis for about 4 years now and have an F5 or 6 (can't remember--have to check my notes) generation. It's got typical/red leaf/alba worked in in various ways. This generation, I had a couple plants I could tell were really special. Now that they're flowering, my suspicions are confirmed. The flowers are about 2-3x the size of typical capensis flowers. One has crests/red lines in the middle of each petal. Both have slightly red-tinged leaves that are easily 2x the size and thickness of a typical capensis.
Has anyone seen these traits before? Is this unique enough to merit a cultivar or should I keep breeding?
I wish I had a typical flowering now to give you an idea of how much bigger my plants are, but right now I don't.