Bloom on crested plants

dave s wusong@evilemail.com
Thu, 13 Jun 2013 09:56:11 PDT
Crap! Sorry! Didn't read that carefully at all!

I've never seen any significant difference from normal. Those plants that
flower from newer growth have more AREA for flowering in cristate plants,
but they don't flower at a better rate.

Duh me. :D

- Dave


On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 12:53 PM, dave s <wusong@evilemail.com> wrote:

> >> Do these crested portions flower the same, more or less than non
> crested  (typical)  forms?<<
>
> Yes.  :)
>
> I've seen crested flowers, and I've seen perfectly normal flowers from
> crested plants. Hmm...now that I type this...I can't recall seeing a
> crested flower from a crested plant. Not saying that can't happen, but I
> can't recall ever seeing that particular thing happen. Normal flowers
> appear to be the rule. Anyone else?
>
> - Dave
>
>
> On Thu, Jun 13, 2013 at 12:22 PM, James Waddick <jwaddick@kc.rr.com>wrote:
>
>> Dear Friends,
>>         I wonder if anyone has experience with bloom in crested plants. I
>> am thinking of crested cacti for Leo Martin, but any plant can crest at is
>> topmost growth or flower spike.
>>
>>         Do these crested portions flower the same, more or less than non
>> crested  (typical)  forms?
>>
>>         The Crested forms of Celosia seem to flower madly -maybe more
>> than typical.
>>
>>         Anyone have experience with bulbs, cacti or anything else to
>> compare with 'normal' bloom?
>>
>>                 Thanks          Jim
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