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Hippeastrum reginae x puniceum

Posted by bluebonsai101 6a PA (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 4, 10 at 8:43

I started these around 5 years ago and got my first blooms yesterday and today. Not a lot of uniqueness to them to be honest, but thought I'd share. Another example of a really tiny Hippi that seems to be in fashion in some circles these days, but with a lot less hybridizing effort :o) Dan

Hippeastrum reginae x puniceum

Hippeastrum reginae x puniceum


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RE: Hippeastrum reginae x puniceum

Hi Dan,

Interesting! It appears that H. puniceum's genes completely dominated those of H. reginae.

Thanks for showing the result of the cross.

Best,

Blanca


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