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Hello everybody, I've been out of forums for a long time since Facebook groups took over the attention of so many growers like me, but I wanted to post this pictures the traditional way here. I hope you like it! P. moctezumae x moranensis alba P. moctezumae x moranensis P. potosiensis P. moctezumae x jaumavensis (This hybrid was made by me ) P. moranensis x heterophylla P. moctezumae x gigantea P. agnata "El Lobo"
Hi, I have these plants with or showing flower buds this year. I will make some crosses as usual but if anyone's got some good suggestions or would like a particular cross then please add to this post. Of course, there's no guarantee the plants will actually flower at the same time but I'll do my best. For myself I was thinking of trying F35 ("Goldie") x F25 ('Suspicion') and F30 x L4 for a red-lipped moorei. A1 S. alata A2 S. alata typical form, Stone Co., MS A4 S. alata, Stone Co., MS, MK A20 A5 S. alata, Black tube, stocky, pubescent De Soto National Forest Clone 3, MK A28 A8 S. alata, P.W. Red lid, Perry Co., MI F10 S. flava var. atropurpurea, Blackwater, FL (JA – NC 54) F20 S. flava var. atropurpurea, Apalachicola F36 S. flava var. atropurpurea, ‘Kimber Red Ruffles’ (DC), MK F195 F47 S. flava var. atropurpurea, Exum, N. Carolina, All red, D Schnell, Clone 2 F4 S. flava var. rubricorpora F12 S. flava var. Rubricorpora, Giant red tube Apalachicola, MK F21 F19 S. flava var. rubricorpora, Cv. 'Burgundy' ex. J. Ainsworth F26 S,. flava var. rubricorpora, Burgundy', MK F26 F8 S. flava var. maxima F23 S. flava var. maxima, Large green form, light vein, N. Carolina, W,(F12,JA), MK F91 F31 S. flava var. maxima, Green form, tall (3ft), MK F3 F3 S. flava var. ornata, Gulf Coast, MK F73 F14 S. flava var. ornata, Sandy Creek Road, MK F247 F16 S. flava var. ornata, Heavy veined Potterton & Martin J Welham, Cedric SF024 F28 S. flava var. ornata, Solid red throat with diffused veins around neck, Apalachicola National Forest, FL W,(PW), MK F88 F29 S. flava var. ornata, “Super ornata” F37 S. flava var. ornata, Marston Dwarf F39 S. flava var. ornata, Heavily veined, North Carolina (WS), MK F123 F44 S. flava var. ornata, Heavy veined, Pender County, NC F15 S. flava var. cuprea, North Carolina F17 S. flava var. cuprea, Copper top, NC, Dave Richardson (F10, MK), Cedric SFC05 F24 S. flava var. cuprea, Bronze Blush' F1 S. flava var. flava, North Carolina F5 S. flava var. flava CV Maxima, MK F11 F11 S. flava var. flava, Dahlia Bog, VA, MK F5 F21 S. flava var. flava, very large form, NC F22 S. flava var. flava, Harleysville, PA (BCP) F25 S. flava var. flava, 'Suspicion', anthocyanin free, ipF100 F30 S. flava var. flava, Red lip, column and throat, ipF19 F33 S. flava var. flava, Prince George Co., VA F35 S. flava var. flava, “Goldie” F48 S. flava var. flava, 120cm+ F50 S. flava var. flava, Very large form, NC,WS(PW), MK F32 F2 S. flava var. rugelii, Blackwater, FL F34 S. flava var. rugelii, Milton, FL L3 S. leucophylla, red and white, MK L28 L4 S. leucophylla, Giant pink lip ANF, FL, MK L18 L8 S. leucophylla, 'Tarnok' mutant flower form (L55,MK) L10 S. leucophylla, Avalon Beaches L11 S. leucophylla, ex Adrian Slack L12 S. leucophylla, Gas station site, Perdido, AL, ipL34b L13 S. leucophylla, Stocky, wide mouth, red lip – AKA Bunting original, ipL27 L14 S. leucophylla, Pubescent Ctenium Fields, Perdido, AL, ipL16a L16 S. leucophylla, `Burgundy’. Red & White, Phil Sheridan, MK L57 L19 S. leucophylla, Helmut's Delight, Cedric SL04 O1 S. orephila SX17 S. x 'Adrian Slack', MK H113 SX26 S. x moorei, Pensacola Fields, FL, W, PW 2004 (H123, MK), Cedric SXM32 SX42 S. x moorei, Marston clone Regards,
Hi all, due to recent warm temps, some of my plants are starting to flower I want to see your flowers, so post here. What does this look like? (S. oreophila "sand hill mt. x UCB")?- this one is on my windowsill to make hybrids Hard to see, but look inside the growing point, looks like a yellow/green ball-S. flava var, flava from Parker's giveaway this summer In natural light: And a S. alata from Rual Hernandez Their will no doubt be more, but this is it for know, i will update when i see a visible stalk. Post any flower pics you have know though
Hey all, Its been over 2 years since my last post and I thought I would ask you again for a little help and advice.. As an update to my original post http://www.cpukforum...wtopic=41961= ALL THE PLANTS ARE THRIVING LIKE MAD. So again i thank you all for your help in getting me up and running and into the CP world. There is one question i have about my current plants though..... The nepenthes have had seed/flower pods on now for nearly 9months... with no sign of opening or flowering or anything... How long do they usually take??? what can I do to either speed them up or call it a day? Basically before i chop them off i wanted to ask ; A) what are they? seeds or flowers B) is it detrimental to the plant that i leave them/cut them off? Here are some images to show what i mean. Yes this is indeed the same baby plant that was in my original post but all grown up :) Thanks again for any and all help. Karl