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Impatiens hybrids

Posted by buddyzz none (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 13, 12 at 11:25

Hi,

Kinda new here. I'm from Indonesia. I love to cross impatiens.

here they are:

Impatiens walleriana x impatiens platypelata

darkest maroon.

frilly

folded leaves, like venus trap.

Enjoy. :)


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RE: Impatiens hybrids

  • Posted by zenman Ottawa KS 5b (My Page) on
    Sat, Jan 14, 12 at 10:37

Welcome to the forum. It has been kind of quiet here. You have created impressive interspecies hybrids. Do you then grow F2 generations from your F1 crosses to see the results of genetic recombination? Or are your F1 interspecies hybrids sterile?

ZM


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RE: Impatiens hybrids

Hi ZM,

Thank you. :)

Hmm.. I don't grow F2 from the interspesific (and I think I misspell the name, it suppose to be impatiens platypetala not platypelata) because the plant now are gone due to fungus. :(

I grow F2,F3 and so on with the walleriana which turns some hybrids are now turns to be sterile, but when cross again with the non-sterile they will turns to be some sterile and some not, and with more various color.


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RE: Impatiens hybrids

Hey Buddy--welcome! Could you email me (via my email above) and let me know if you have any impatiens species seeds that you might be willing to swap or trade for?

Thanks!

--Rick


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RE: Impatiens hybrids

Hey Buddy--welcome! Could you email me (via my email above) and let me know if you have any impatiens species seeds that you might be willing to swap or trade for?

Thanks!

--Rick


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