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Jamban Hybrids

Jun 26, 2019
North Carolina
Is there any particular reason that Jamban hasn't been used in many hybrid crosses? I've seen hybrids with related species like N. dubia but not many made with larger or more extravagant species. It may be that these exist and I just haven't seen them, or possibly that hybrids with Jamban tend to be unremarkable so it isn't used as often as other plants. I'm my mind a hamata cross could be interesting but it may be that the characteristics that make each species unique would simply be diluted in a hybrid. Does anyone have any insight into this area?