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    P. jaumavensis v. P. esseriana

    P. jaumavensis is new to me - just got my plant a few months ago. Before purchasing the plant, I was wondering if I had the space for something that looked to me (from web image searches) to be so similar to the P. esseriana I already owned. Well, on the space-front, it's about as diminutive as P. esseriana, but the blooms were a nice surprise. Similar to the esseriana, but with some attractive purple "veination" in the flower.

    To anybody who owns both plants already, this is not news. But, for new ping-people, I hope this comparison is helpful/interesting:


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    Bonjour

    I have some doubts about the identity of your jaumavensis, may be a hybrids .

    difference between the 2 :

    P. jaumavensis v. P. esseriana-essjaum-jpg

    but maybe I'm wrong ,do you have a good traceability of this taxon

    jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff 2 View Post
    Bonjour

    I have some doubts about the identity of your jaumavensis, may be a hybrids .
    Hi Jeff,

    Thanks for your comments. Can you explain a bit more why you think my jaumavensis is a hybrid?

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    Hybrid or not that is a stunning little flower and plant and may have to be added to my collection.
    Earth laughs in flowers. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson,
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    https://www.terraforums.com/forums/g...ml#post1210879

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    Bonjour

    the corolla form ; the drawing to the throat and to the "tab" of the lobes , for me do not correspond to the taxon.

    I think to esseriana X ? - or x 'Florian' x ?


    but maybe I'm wrong ,do you have a good traceability of this taxon

    jeff
    Last edited by jeff 2; 01-21-2018 at 12:34 AM.

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    Hi Jeff,

    Thanks for the further clarification. I've looked at your picture more and I think I see the differences you are pointing out. It does appear that P. jaumavensis has sub-species/varieties with differing flower characteristics including different petal shapes and markings.

    You may very well be correct. I don't have a way to know for sure, but appreciate your insights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Heathen View Post
    Hybrid or not that is a stunning little flower and plant and may have to be added to my collection.
    Glad you like it. It's definitely a compact grower with a cheery bloom at this time of year.

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