I thought it was from seed from tambuyukon?
I've been curious about the origin of these, but never bothered to ask Rob. Have either of you heard this first-hand from the source?
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@heli: the parents could have came from there. it would make sense to keep the location data if they both did. directly from tambuyukon? if so, seed was acquired very far back. nothing in the past 2 years that i know off, but then i dont follow edwardsiana news religiously. maybe you know more about this than i do. but my impression was that these were seed grown eddies that were made in cultivation from a breeding pair.
He said in an email that they are tambuyukon locality seed raised. I kind of assumed that they were wild collected because there are almost no adult specimens, that being said I remember seeing a pic in a news article of an adult plant that he has.
Knowing Rob, he probably does have at least 2 adult N. edwardsiana specimens. He's very secretive, so no one will ever know exactly what he has.
I can't believe I'm getting one!
That's Rob with an eddie. I would not put it past him that he has more hidden somewhere.
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That's a tiny pot for such a large plant! I know he has a bigger one than that.