Discussion in 'Taxonomy' started by NYEric, May 28, 2015.
Is there any publication of the new light form of adductum in English?
ask Eggshells oke:
I forwarded to you this morning. Hahahaha
A friend of mine published in Manila Bulletin for our friend. I asked permission to share this here. It's named after his late mother. It was described by Jim Cootes.
My opinion.. It might have the alba genes in it.
You sent me the not-English version. Thanks for the update, but... I don't like the "..very rare and priceless.." mentioned in the article. Hopefully he knows someone who knows what to do with the pollen.
I thought I sent you the english one. I can't find it. Anyhow, I think it the plant is self or the progenies get back crossed to the parent. It might yield an alba.
But you don't like multis anyways... hahahaha
A sweet tribute for his mother!
Yes, the 30 or so I have including the album ones remind me of that.
I like the dark ones.
Another freak'in cool find!
What language is it in
i Have it Eric. I can email it to you
in Deutsch, the language of romance!
Thanks but I wanted to share it here, copyright issue , I guess.
What Ozpaph said......
I doubt that there are enough individuals to call this variety. Does someone know something about how many plants were found with this color? Doesn't look like a lighter form, but a unique kind of mutation since not all the parts of the flower / stem are the same color. But I could be wrong of course...
I read that there were only 5 plants
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