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Mark's first cross

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markde2e    7

Hello,

For about two years ago, i made a cross between a catesbaei hybride and a normal purpurea ssp. purpurea.

The seed carrier was the purpurea.

I now have 55 small plants and one which has grown far larger then the rest.

Foto's

23-5-2010

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10-8-2010

I decided to put the seedlings outside, but after a heavy rainstorm, all of the little plants flushes to one side:

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4-9-2010

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17-3-2011

Repotted:

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13-5-2011

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4-6-2011

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23-7-2011

I kept the biggest plant appart.

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3-8-2011

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6-8-2011

Repotted the other 55 plants:

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25-8-2011

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5-9-2011

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9-9-2011

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markde2e    7

27-3-2012

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8-4-2012

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13-4-2012

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15-4-2012

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21-4-2012

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29-4-2012

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26-5-2012

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3-6-2012

Okay, just noticed that the pitchers are slightly hairy from the outside, just like purpurea ssp. venosa only the hairs are slightly shorter.

The strange thing is that the parent plants of my cross, don't have any hairs on the outside!

look:

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will9    25

If you cross a purpurea crossing ,catesbai is a cross from flava x purpurea whit a purpurea is this still a crossing?Off course it s still a crossing i think because it have still the flava genes .

You go backwards to purpurea ,this plants looks like very nice sarra purpurea to me,hard to see it s a crossing ,or see i wrong ?

Cheers Will

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markde2e    7

That's correct, but you clearly see a good difference between this cross and a pure purpurea!

But it also forms short pitchers indeed..

update 30-6-2012:

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update 6-7-2012:

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update 8-7-2012:

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jimfoxy    14

Isn't it great seeing how they vary? The great difficulty I find is deciding which ones to keep! Nice plants.

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