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    Heliamphora 'patasola'

    Finally submitted her to icps for publication then official cultivar status


    http://bluegrasscarnivores.com/patas...la_pitcher.jpg


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    Very nice.

    So what all is involved in obtaining cultivar status? I know with orchids, one goes through an official "governing" body like the RHS. Does the ICPS serve that same function?

    I know you mentioned it at some point, but what led to that particular choice of name?

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    Good luck and congratulations. I look forward to reading about it in the next ICPS Newsletter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonsEye View Post
    Very nice.

    So what all is involved in obtaining cultivar status? I know with orchids, one goes through an official "governing" body like the RHS. Does the ICPS serve that same function?

    I know you mentioned it at some point, but what led to that particular choice of name?

    Dragon, I think it is standard procedure that the plant is first published in an appropriate journal (icps newsletter in our case) then officially submitted
    http://www.carnivorousplants.org/cp/cultivars/register


    The Patasola or "one foot" is one of many myths in South American folklore about female monsters from the jungle, appearing to male hunters or loggers in the middle of the wilderness when they think about women. The Patasola appears in the form of a beautiful and seductive woman, often in the likeness of a loved one, who lures a man away from his companions deep into the jungle.

    I spent a long time looking for the "right" name :-)

    and thanks you two, I am looking forward to it.
    It's been a long time coming.... and a special thanks to pokie.
    It is being published and submitted under both our names.
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    I'd grow it

    What's the parentage of this cultivar? Is it particularly red, or is that just this pitcher?
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by schmiggle View Post
    I'd grow it

    What's the parentage of this cultivar? Is it particularly red, or is that just this pitcher?
    Its pedigree is parva x folliculata
    The depth of color depends on the lighting of course but it has the genetic ability to become very red as shown.
    It owes that trait to folliculata.

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    Congratulations to you and the pokie! Patisola, huh? No butchyii; tincherensis; butchipooensis; butchtincheriiiiiiiii?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBella View Post
    Congratulations to you and the pokie! Patisola, huh? No butchyii; tincherensis; butchipooensis; butchtincheriiiiiiiii?
    Whist "butchipooensis" does have the amusing ring of a "pet name", in many circles it is considered quite gauche to name an organism after oneself ... and Butch certainly isn't that.
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