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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,

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This is a fantastic Idea :D

 

Looks well one S. alata, Black tube, stocky, pubescent De Soto National Forest Clone 3, with S. flava var. flava, 120cm+

 

Or one S. x 'Adrian Slack', MK H113 with any atropurpurea :D

 

Have a nice weekend

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This is a fantastic Idea :D

 

Looks well one S. alata, Black tube, stocky, pubescent De Soto National Forest Clone 3, with S. flava var. flava, 120cm+

 

Or one S. x 'Adrian Slack', MK H113 with any atropurpurea :D

 

Have a nice weekend

If they mature at the same time I'll see what I can do.

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Crosses with Adrian Slack are usually great. I suggest you to cross your Adrian slack with :

 

- F28 S. flava var. ornata, Solid red throat with diffused veins around neck, Apalachicola National Forest, FL W,(PW), MK F88

- your reddest S. flava atropurpurea

- L16 S. leucophylla, `Burgundy’. Red & White, Phil Sheridan, MK L57
- L19 S. leucophylla, Helmut's Delight, Cedric SL04

- A5  S. alata, Black tube, stocky, pubescent De Soto National Forest Clone 3, MK A28

 

One warning however: when selfing Adrian Slack I got a very low rate of germination and all seedlings except one were very weak; the single strong seedling is however very promising.
 

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