Hippeastrum in bloom

Dell Sherk dells@voicenet.com
Sun, 12 Feb 2006 05:40:44 PST
Also, interesting, I have a scape appearing on H. teyucuarensis x H.
papilio. It will be interesting to see the differences.


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On Behalf Of Lee Poulsen
Sent: Saturday, February 11, 2006 1:22 PM
To: Pacific Bulb Society
Subject: Re: [pbs] Hippeastrum in bloom

Interesting. Today I have the first blooms of Hippeastrum papilio x  
H. teyucuarensis. My labels have evolved over the years (I started  
out by only putting the name of the plant on the label and nothing  
else), so all I have on the label is BX 11/16/01 item #11. When I  
first read your message, I thought mine was the same cross since your  
description sounds kind of like what I'm seeing. However, mine has  
been grown outside all year round and it's still quite cool here  
especially at night. I didn't write down who the seeds came from.  
Anyway, I like the result as well. I'll try to get a photo on the  
wiki, too.

--Lee Poulsen
Pasadena, California, USA, USDA Zone 10a

On Feb 10, 2006, at 2:54 PM, Dell Sherk wrote:
> Today I have the first blooms on a bulb of Hippeastrum papilio x H.
> yungacensis. The seed came from Warren Glover in Australia, who has  
> made an
> "appearance" on this forum recently. I will try to put a photo on  
> the wiki.
> It is beautiful - mostly like a papilio bloom but with much more  
> rich, dark
> red and less veining. I am very pleased!

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