Tubmonkey1 wrote:How can these simply "look like" a cultivar? Is he collecting seeds from cultivars purchased then germinating them? I am unfamiliar with the result.I would suspect so. He is know for growing VFTs from seed through tissue culture. Seed grow can pass on traits of the mother plant. Sometimes they may look close, other times they look nothing like the mother plant.
When you do something for years over and over, it's not a mix up or an accident.
Tubmonkey1 wrote: I personally have a tough time labeling something that looks like the Jaws of this post as a Typical.Just because a plant is a "typical" doesn't mean it's common looking or boring. I don't like the term either but it is what we use. I have 200+ typical seedlings and some are far from typical looking. Who cares if you only have a "typical"? It's more important to keep cultivars pure than add another cultivar to your grow list.