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Ron-NY

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This plant is not mine but part of Glen's private collection. It has an AM/AOS. The dorsal is nice and wide, good markings, nice color and petal stance. The petal width is 11" :eek: It's clonal name is 'Haley Suzanne' If someone can check the award and award stats, I would appreciate it. I have permission to use it in breeding. I still haven't decided the cross yet.



 

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I haven't seen Lien Luu around in a while, but maybe he has some awarded roths in bloom.

Do you know the parantage of this plants?

Kyle
 

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Are you looking to make a hybrid? What else do you have in bloom? Sangii has been done, but I don't know if anyone's bloomed one out yet to name it.
 

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As most know the emphasis of my Paph collection are roth primaries. I would like to make a primary with another multifloral. There is a dianthum in bloom and I am considering using that as the pollen parent. I want to go through the greenhouse and check to see what else is in bloom or about to bloom. Does anyone have a nice randsii or other nice multifloral species in bloom that would be interested in sharing pollen? Besides sangii, I don't have any other species in bloom but I am sure I can use Glen's plants.

Kyle I don't know the parentage...the original tag indicates it is an OZ cross. There are #'s which could be researched to find out what the cross was.
 

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Always these gorgeous and stunning P. rothschildianums - anyhow I can't stand them at all!!!!!:drool: :sob:
Best regards from Germany, GuRu
 
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I have a sangii x roths. Got it from Fox Valley. Very interesting thing, very vigorous, fairly free blooming. Lots of yellow tones. I really like that plant, but maybe save the pollen for something else (sorry TK). Not sure if FV registered it yet.

-Ernie
 

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I have a sangii x roths. Got it from Fox Valley. Very interesting thing, very vigorous, fairly free blooming. Lots of yellow tones. I really like that plant, but maybe save the pollen for something else (sorry TK). Not sure if FV registered it yet.

-Ernie
Ernie have you bloomed your sangii x roth? I am so curious on what the bloom will look like. Can you post it?, please.
 

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I knew FV had them but I wanted the largest possible and then there is the $15 shipping. so $90 total seemed high. Well FV has their July sale of 15% off. I went for it today and ordered one for myself.
 

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Not that I plan on ordering one in the next few days, but where on the site does it say there's a sale? I looked and didn't see it.
 

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You are correct, you don't see it on the FV site but when you go to the catalog it puts you on the Hauserman's site and it is there
 
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