Monthly Archives: June 2013

Flower color winner!

Surprised it was guessed so quickly… Zack got it! Yellow flowered rubra wherryii. It’s one of the odd colored wherryii flowers that originated in the Deer Park area of western Alabama. It is likely of hybrid origin… Introgressed with S. … Continue reading

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I know…it doesn’t look special

I was just walking around the bogs and happened to see this guy. I’d have to check my records to get the details correct, but this plant is a division from a plant that was originally collected in Baldwin county … Continue reading

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Guess the plant by the flower

I will give you a couple hints. It smells sweet. It’s about 3cms wide and is not from an Antho free plant.

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Could be a catesbaei AF

This is the AF purp that I pollinated with the AF flava . I only hit it once before the rabbit amputated the flower of the AF flava… Maybe I got lucky, or maybe something else pollinated it. I never … Continue reading

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S. flava var maxima

Sussex County Virginia CJM

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Bulloch County flava

This is another one of my favorite flava clones. Grown from seed collected from a power line right of way near Statesboro Georgia, this clone is a great grower. The veins in this plant go almost black in full sun. … Continue reading

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Pawpaw – This is not a Carnivorous Plant

I just wanted to share…. My pawpaw tree is going to have fruit for the first time! Pawpaws are native to the eastern US… and very rare in Canada… In fact they only occur in the Niagara area and the … Continue reading

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