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    P. moranensis "D"


    P. BCP Golden Eye



    P. "John Rizzi"


    Some of my 30 or so hybrids I made this last year are finally flowering!
    P. emarginata green x rectifolia floriferous clone

    P. gigantea x moranensis rosei

    I'm definitely interested in doing some trades this year so let me know if you want anything i have!
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    That yellow flowered ping is great. Really deserving of the name golden eye.

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    Bonjour

    this" golden eyes" is really yellow like the picture or just whitish-yellow ? do you know the parents of this hybrid ?

    jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff 2 View Post
    Bonjour

    this" golden eyes" is really yellow like the picture or just whitish-yellow ? do you know the parents of this hybrid ?

    jeff
    I think it has a golden sheen/glow. Apparently, it looks much better in person. Looks like BCP sells them for 25 euro, although, I saw California Carnivores sell one in the US for around 150 USD :eyeroll: Maybe I should have CC sell my P. chilensis for me, they will certainly fetch a higher price for the plants than I can.

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    That's a lovely collection and some really stunning shots. Consider me an interested trading partner as the weather warms...although, I suspect that you have more that interests me than the other way around.

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    Fantastic shots! Thanks for sharing! Mine failed to send out any flowers this year...
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
    +growlist
    +petiolaris drosera going dormant?
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    I expect more pings to flower this spring but here is a few more!
    P. cyclosecta 1714 (I need more of these Yucca Do Complex plants)


    P. rectifolia (Unknown origins but i call it my floriferous clone because it flowers pretty much all year long).


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    P. emarginata x cyclosecta


    P. agnata x (moranensis x ehlersiae)


    P. Site 1#2 x gypiscola (No idea who made this or what Site 1#2 is)


    P. Huahuapan has to be one of the most spectacular flowers!


    I don't think I'm the first to create an orange flowered ping hybrid but i'm certainly excited about it. The flowers are a bit lighter than the photos, more of a salmon/peach color. I like the purple stigma and yellow spot on the throat. I have more of it's siblings yet to flower so i'm hoping for more orange flowers.

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    Nice flowers!

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    P. agnata "Ekuma" x emarginata showing a double flower.


    P. rectifolia. Unknown origins but it has a habit of splitting into numerous plants when awakening from it's winter rosette which i have never seen in any other plant.


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