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    Show us your burbidgeae Hybrids!

    Since BE and EP recently done gorgeous hybrid of one of my favorite species, burbidgeae, I figure it be a good thread to start and see these Bad boys!

    Here are mine;

    burbidgeae x aristolochioides




    sumatrana x burbidgeae

    Your momma!

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    N. burbidgea X talangensis
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    That's stunning, Paul. The best of both parents.
    Your momma!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favian View Post
    That's stunning, Paul. The best of both parents.
    Agreed, and far more willing to pitcher than either parent as well! Thats a win as far as I'm concerned. I'd rather have a talangensis hybrid that pitchered with abandon, than a talangensis that sulked and made one pitcher every 18 months, which is what mine does.

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    I've read that about Talagensis. I was going to give it a try but have decided to wait and see if in the future seed grow plants come available and see if that plays a role in this clone. Burbidgeae, pitchers well and often for me.
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    I would rule out talangensis for your climate....it dislikes warm nights and will decline in such conditions. Consider instead the hybrid glabrata X talangensis....its wonderful!
    Last edited by Whimgrinder; 06-26-2014 at 10:31 AM.

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    I definitely need to get that! looks like Pitopangii!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    I would rule out talangensis for your climate....it dislikes warm nights and will decline in such conditions. Consider instead the hybrid glabrata X talangensis....its wonderful!
    So that hybrid is more of an intermediate? Good, that makes my life easier. I didn't realize that as it didn't come with growing instructions and the hybrid isn't common enough for me to easily find that out online.
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