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I bring you....Nicola Jane!

Posted by lizalily 8b PNW USA (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 23, 10 at 23:47

Nicola Jane, side view,

I can't say she is the most exciting flower ever but she is very very delicate, with the faintest pink blush imaginable.THe blush got photo edited to be more then it actually was when I brightened the pic.Perhaps she would be brighter if we had a bit more sun. This is the first of my new Maguire's to bloom.


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Doesn't anyone want to see my Nicola Jane?


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She's beautiful Noni!! The pink shows up much better on my work computer's monitor...just a blush.

List has been numbed by "virus"-talk! She's a keeper. I like that she's a little ruffly!!
:-)
Kristi


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She is very softly beautiful...Sorry....I guess we "all" like a little positive feedback when we post a picture.......... I know I do....she looks like she might have a soft fragrance, does she? I ordered a Naomi after seeing pictures of yours last year, I hope she looks as pretty as yours!

Donna


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Very nice! The pink is very subtle, but I bet next year it will have a better blush to it?


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Sorry Noni, not sure how I missed this one! It's beautiful. I love the really dark green throat against the light blush. I think this one would make beautiful crosses.

Alana


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I had nothing else blooming when she bloomed but I do have a self crossed pod forming. I hope she will rebloom when there are others to try crossing with her. Since she is a Maguire's, even though no sign of mosaic, I will be trying the cross only where she is the mama and hope for healthy seed. Will let you all know if I get some to share.

I am watching Guyra and Grantly who are about to open...and still no other non Maguire's to cross with. Wish some of the others older ones would get a move on!


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My Lady Diana (2"scape) is doing a repeat...2nd scape is about 1". She sure is reliable that way.

I have 2 more Macguires ready to bloom...and 2 others that are growing leaves...City of Grafton is very much asleep!
K


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She's beautiful. This is only my second year to grow amaryllis, Nicola Jane (and other amaryllis, lol) is an amazement.


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Re: Lady Diana...On the Landspro forum there is a recently posted picture of Lady Diana...very beautiful as is yours... and it appears to have a normal length scape, take a look, I'm sure yours will eventually be normal, or they wouldn't sell it, (or would they)?


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