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Old 05-02-2019, 03:35 PM
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I've had the coerula for a few years and I dont remember who i got it from. No name on the tag. I think it probably came from the Dayton show...maybe. It's one the just wants to walk across the pot and isnt popping any side growths so when it gets a little bigger I'm hoping to divide it down and maybe I can get a couple of dormant, side eyes to pop. That is if I don't lose it like the others.
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I've had the coerula for a few years and I dont remember who i got it from. No name on the tag. I think it probably came from the Dayton show...maybe. It's one the just wants to walk across the pot and isnt popping any side growths so when it gets a little bigger I'm hoping to divide it down and maybe I can get a couple of dormant, side eyes to pop. That is if I don't lose it like the others.
Sounds exactly like mine as far as growth habit. The newest spike is already over the edge of the pot.
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Please harvest and send me coerulea pollen!!
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Next time I have blooms, I'd be happy to send pollen. You'll have to walk me through the process though...I've never done it.
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Next time I have blooms, I'd be happy to send pollen. You'll have to walk me through the process though...I've never done it.
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Hmmmm..... it's looking like I might have 2 different coerulea coming into bloom. I'm hoping for really good things from the second one, 'Canaima's Festival' from Michael Sinn via Dave Off.
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Id love some pollen! You want alba pollen?
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Stunning. Is there any difference in culture between this and the walkeriana?
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Stunning. Is there any difference in culture between this and the walkeriana?
Absolutely. But don't ask me the difference, because while I do pretty well with nobilior and flowered my original for the last 3 years, I have been completely unable to flower walkeriana!
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Stunning. Is there any difference in culture between this and the walkeriana?
Very similar! Nobilior likes a bit drier winter.
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