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Thread: D. binata 'Marston Dragon' x

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    Quote[/b] (Jason_In_CO @ May 12 2005,2:50)]I believe that is a cultivar (correct me if I'm wrong). Even if some of the seedlings show the exact same characteristics as the cultivar, you can not call them 'Maston Dragon'. I believe cultivars can only be propogated via TC, root cuttings and leaf cuttings.

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    Yes, it is a registered cultivar, though it is correct only when written correctly: Drosera 'Marston Dragon'.

    Consider yourself corrected. Cultivars only have to match the description and photographic standard of that cultivar to qualify for the name. Their parentage is not relivant. If a seedling, of whatever parentage matches the described characteristics of the cultivar and photographic standard, it most certainly can be called by that cultivar name.
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    Jim,
    Do you mean that these seed were a cross; D. binata 'Marston Dragon' x D. binata (multifida)?
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    I'll recheck the paper they came in, but that is how I remember them being written.

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