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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:13 am 
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Both your coerulea and wild type are excellent. I also got some of the wild ones from Peter, still in spike and a couple not spiking yet. Something to look forward to.

Thanks, Randy, and you were quite right about the streaks on my earlier coerulea. The very next flower, and the one again since then, have had no abnormalities.

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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
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Whatever happened to the Wild type from Joseph Wu? I thought that was incredible.
I see that the Country Acres self has pods...........


Hi Randy, first bloom stem prop from Joseph Wu did not look impressive. It seemed to be an exceptional plant if it is capable to hold that many flowers at once. It's been many years and I have not seen Joseph Wu bring stem prop of that plant to Redland.

Alas the seedpods on that country acres selfing are made with other complex hybrid. I hope Peter Su will encourage the owner to make selfing for us.

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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
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RandyT wrote:
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Peter,
Whatever happened to the Wild type from Joseph Wu? I thought that was incredible.
I see that the Country Acres self has pods...........

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Alas the seedpods on that country acres selfing are made with other complex hybrid. I hope Peter Su will encourage the owner to make selfing for us.

Indeed, a selfing would be great; STEM PROPS (old school style), well, I would pull out my own eye teeth with a monkey-wrench for a stem prop from that plant!
Walton

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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 1:01 pm 
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Wild type from Peter. A bit off kilter, but worth another look.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2017 10:10 pm 
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Thanks Randy. Here is a sibling from the same batch blooming now by swamp cooler.

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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
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Phal bellina 'Xiuya #2' from Peter. Blooming on a small plant in a 1 1/2" pot.


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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 12:29 pm 
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Thank's for sharing, Randy- great to see one of the Xiuya bellina here - I have to look which # we have at home.

P.S.: I LOVE the two wild types above!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
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The first photos are 'Krull's Perfection'. This hopefully encourages people who only have lights for indoor gardening to fret not: the HNS is exactly the same as the FCC flowering. It is huge and flat as a panckake.

The middle photo is a group from Peter. The left two are the "wild type." I really like the one in front, which is almost green everywhere that it is not lavender, and I like the posture of this one. The coerulea is odd, almost grey in color; first bloom with three leaves and open in shape, but also very flat and I'll keep it a few years to see what comes.

The last photo is from a strain I got from Peter that is coerulea; this one is more normal coloration, but colored almost to the edges and nicely conformed for a first bloom seedling.

THANKS, PETER!

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Phal. (belina 'jungle' x belina 'wild thing')

Finally had one pop a bloom. I have a sibling of this plant in spike, but no buds yet.


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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
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 Post subject: Re: Post your bellina pics here
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Thanks. I have it's sibling in spike too. Hope it does as well.

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