Lee Poulsen
Wed, 28 Jul 2004 10:12:08 PDT
I put "hyb." in there because the person I got them from believed they 
were some kind of G. liboniana hybrid. He didn't say whether it was a 
cross with another species or a cross between two varieties of 
Kevin says my pictures are of the species, so my source appears to be 
wrong. This is good to know.
I, or Mary Sue if I can't, should change the caption and remove the 
"hyb." designation.
The same thing is true about my G. espiritensis (which came from a 
different source). I don't know if Kevin can tell from the photo if 
it's the species or not. If it is the species, I can remove the "hyb." 
from its caption too. Of course Kevin knows what real hybrids look like 
since he's breeding a number of them. I hope he shares pictures of them 
when then finally bloom!

--Lee Poulsen
Pasadena area, California, USDA Zone 9-10

On Jul 28, 2004, at 9:35 AM, piaba wrote:
> i guess i wasn't clear in my question.  i know these
> are species, i even grow one of them.
> the caption in lee's pics say "hyb." after the species
> name, so it's confusing.  that's what i'm referring
> to.
> tsuh yang

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