Matt wrote:At this point, I think I am the only person growing RG3, so you'll have to wait a while until I can get it more widely distributed. I have it in TC (finally!) this year so there will be some available for sale in the US next year. Give it a couple of years and someone might be able to offer you some RG3 seeds!!Matt, I'm going to have to snag one of those RG3s when you have it available next year! My Rehder Giant #1 is by far one of the best VFTs I grow!
Nepenthes0260 wrote:Matt, I'm going to have to snag one of those RG3s when you have it available next year! My Rehder Giant #1 is by far one of the best VFTs I grow!The Rehder Giants, all three of them, are quite impressive plants. Unfortunately, other than RG1, they don't do particularly well in our Oregon weather, thus the reason it took me so long to start getting them propagated. But RG2 and RG3 are both very impressive plants!!
jose wrote:Think some better giant clones could be bred with Rehder. DCXL x Rehder... just sayingPossibly. I've done a lot of crosses of giant flytraps over the years and not a whole lot has come from those seedlings. It is the odd-looking crosses that usually yield something unique. There are already a plethora of giant flytraps out there, so I don't see a need for more of them!
Apollyon wrote:I'm gonna need to get one too and call it "Robert Griffin III" That was immediately where I went when you guys said "RG3"Haha! As I was typing "RG3" my mind went to the exact same place!!
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