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Post by Guest on 14th November 2010, 09:26

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Post by Admin on 14th November 2010, 10:03

The first one is the winner for me this time Warren Thumbsup. Looks like a 'Playboy' x 'Altissimo' seedling maybe (or the other way around). If you are using 'Playboy' and you get a chance, have a look on HMF at Mr Moore's 'My Stars'. Have a look at Paul Barden's photo of it... it's amazing! This is why I bought 'Playboy' to try (and then it went and died on me Sad ) and I have seedlings coming on now from Dr Basye's lines, similar to 'Basye's Legacy', from 'Commander Gillet, Kim Rupert's 'Carlin's Rhythm', and Dr Basye's '88-390':

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I'm happy to share these around when they are larger too though it might be a few years before they actually flower.


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Post by Dave on 14th November 2010, 14:02

A stunning collection, Warren. Good luck with them all!

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Post by OzRose on 14th November 2010, 14:08

How very exciting ! and inspiring too . There's some lovely ones there that I would be proud to have in my garden any day.
But "Sinope" love still is on the top of my list Thumbsup

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Post by Admin on 14th November 2010, 16:48

Since making this image I have learnt that the bracteata used was chromosome doubled with colchicine and that's what it was refering to. Cyt 127 was the name of the doubled bracteata.

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Post by orchid40 on 14th November 2010, 22:44

Amazing, just amazing! You have a lot of lovely blooms there Oz!

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