Hybridising corybas orchids

Caboolture_sth_qld(QLD Aust)July 1, 2003

Does anyone know if this has been done before???

Regards John

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Sue_(z6a MO)

RHS has listed Corybas miscellus (diemenicus x incurvus), but that seems to be a natural hybrid. I can't find further info on it.

Do you grow them? What conditions do they need? Do you know anywhere in the US that deals with them?

I'm doing some research in the next couple of days on chromosome counts. If I can find info on them or on allied genera (Acianthus, Stigmatodactylus, and Townsonia, to the best of my knowledge) I'll let you know.

-- Sue.

    Bookmark   January 8, 2004 at 1:23AM
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