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Passionflower ID

Posted by laurieanngarris 9 (lauriegarris@yahoo.com) on
Sun, Apr 29, 07 at 18:58

Ok...here's another one...

What kind is it?

Thanks,
Laurie

Here is a link that might be useful: Passionflower


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RE: Passionflower ID

Maybe a Lady Margaret.
Karyn


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RE: Passionflower ID

You know, it *could* be a Lady Margaret, but my LM always has the flecks of white on the coronal filaments out at the very tip. This one has them arranged more uniformly in bands. I'm not as familiar with the hybrid, but I'd wager this is a "Red Inca," very much like LM from the same parent plant.


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RE: Passionflower ID

I've never looked that closely at my flowers but just pulled up a pic of my LM flower and you are correct. Mine has the flecks scattered around, especially at the tips of the filament, not in a band.
Karyn


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RE: Passionflower ID

I did some checking, and Kartuz Greenhouses has a "Red Inca" listing that pretty much matches the posted pic to a T:

Here is a link that might be useful: Kartuz's


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