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DukeBoxer

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Wow, big difference, are you sure thats the same cross :poke:
 
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goldenrose

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It's too bad about the form on #1, I like the color/markings.
#2 & 3 are quite nice!
 
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Corbin

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Amazing difference. I would not have thought this possible but then I am new at this.
 

Leo Schordje

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#2 is the one I would likely keep. #3 might be a lot better on a subsequent bloom when it is a multigrowth plant, it does have pleasant color. #2 does little for me. But, what we like is personal taste. It is fun to see the results of our own breeding. Great job.
 

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#2 is the one I would likely keep. #3 might be a lot better on a subsequent bloom when it is a multigrowth plant, it does have pleasant color. #2 does little for me. But, what we like is personal taste. It is fun to see the results of our own breeding. Great job.
'#1', the middle picture, is the only one I've kept so far. It has the best form and the colors are much more vibrant in natural light. I took the photo under fluorescent lights because we in the middle of a cloudy, prolonged cold spell in the middle of last winter. I'm looking forward to its next bloom.
I also have two more in bud.
 

Leo Schordje

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That's what I meant to type, plant #1, the second photo was my favorite. Please keep posting the pictures. It is fun to compare.
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Leo
 

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That is an amazing spectrum of color and shape. It looks like a fun cross to bloom out a population..........
 

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