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By Dionae
Posts:  4291
Joined:  Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:03 am
#140569
Finally got a few sarr flowers opened and decided to give making some seed a go. These are the creations i'm trying to make so far-

Purp x rubra
purp x unknown purp hybrid(from Dubstep)
Frogman x purp
(rubra x purp red ruffles) x purp

Not sure if i'll be successful but i'm trying :D .

Also have some nice VFT seedlings grown from FTS seed that look interesting.
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S purpurea
S purpurea
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S. rubra from Lowes
S. rubra from Lowes
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Sx rubra x purpurea red ruffles. beautiful dark red/burgundy flowers.
Sx rubra x purpurea red ruffles. beautiful dark red/burgundy flowers.
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S. montana with nice colors thanks to the cool weather
S. montana with nice colors thanks to the cool weather
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S. rubra wherryi red tube copper top
S. rubra wherryi red tube copper top
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S. purpurea
S. purpurea
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S. "frogman" flower
S. "frogman" flower
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S. "frogman" newly opened pitcher
S. "frogman" newly opened pitcher
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Unknown purp hybrid. Maybe purp and leuco???
Unknown purp hybrid. Maybe purp and leuco???
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Judith Hindle x Adrian Slack
Judith Hindle x Adrian Slack
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JH x AS
JH x AS
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JH x AS
JH x AS
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Purpurea and strawberries. Saw strawberries growing around a purp in situ in a picture before and decided to try it myself.
Purpurea and strawberries. Saw strawberries growing around a purp in situ in a picture before and decided to try it myself.
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seed grown S rosea
seed grown S rosea
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FTS seedling with saw teeth
FTS seedling with saw teeth
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VFT mini bog
VFT mini bog
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FTS seedling with red teeth
FTS seedling with red teeth
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By Gothic TRAPS
Posts:  318
Joined:  Sun Jan 31, 2010 1:30 am
#140661
Your collection never disappoints with brilliant photos, Dionae :)! It's very inspiring to see all that new Spring growth develope. Nice growing ;)!
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By Dionae
Posts:  4291
Joined:  Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:03 am
#141366
Really starting to see some growth now that the cold spell is gone. I'm impressed with the growth on the flava(tall) x evendine seedlings. Theyre getting big fast.
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Flava(tall) x evendine
Flava(tall) x evendine
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flava(tall) x evendine
flava(tall) x evendine
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flava rubri x flava ornata...thnx jht
flava rubri x flava ornata...thnx jht
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Leuco purp and white giant form x flava rubri
Leuco purp and white giant form x flava rubri
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Field of flava seedlings lol
Field of flava seedlings lol
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random seedlings
random seedlings
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random seedlings
random seedlings
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S. leucophylla
S. leucophylla
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S purpurea
S purpurea
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S. oreophila
S. oreophila
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D venusta x d cap alba
D venusta x d cap alba
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Seed grown VFTs
Seed grown VFTs
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Typical flower buds with a friend hanging around
Typical flower buds with a friend hanging around
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Crimson sawtooth
Crimson sawtooth
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S willisii x alata red/black
S willisii x alata red/black
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S alata red/black x kilamanjaro
S alata red/black x kilamanjaro
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S. cobra x night sky
S. cobra x night sky
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By Darkrai283
Posts:  2491
Joined:  Fri Jul 30, 2010 2:28 pm
#141367
Wow! The increase in size of the new growth in the first and second pic it amazing! :o I guess dormancy made its toll again. BTW, nice pics as usual. :)

P.S. The moorei hasn't opened its flower yet! :lol: I'm guessing its our wether since we're having a drought but have been getting non-stop heavy rain and sometimes hail for the last month! I wish it gets better soon so my plants can resume growth!
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By Dionae
Posts:  4291
Joined:  Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:03 am
#141370
Thank you Richard. The flava x evendine havent had a dormancy yet. Theyre 6 or 7 months old. They make all of my other seedlings that age look tiny. Going to be fun seeing what they look like in a few years. I'm especially excited about S moorei x black widow.
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By jwbates26
Posts:  1431
Joined:  Fri Sep 30, 2011 5:18 pm
#141381
Great pictures. I'm surprised at the growth of your seedlings too. I need to get my purp seedlings hardened to full sun so I can grow them outside and maybe speed up their growth. Love the close ups of the dews.
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By Dionae
Posts:  4291
Joined:  Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:03 am
#141382
I attribute the growth to being germinated and grown under a HPS for 24 hours a day. Even now I take some of the seedlings indoors when the sun goes down and put them under the HPS until the next morning. The plants seem to respond by growing very fast.

I also fertilize them every so often. I feed them neptunes harvest at 1/4 strength every couple of months or so.
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