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Old 04-07-2020, 08:51 PM
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2nd time I am blooming this one. The plant is now mature size (and 'chunky'). Flowers are a solid 2.0" natural spread, and 2.5" vertical.

If I remember correctly, Alan Koch told me that this is the 7th generation of his 4N Leptotes bicolor breeding.
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Extremely nice shape. I like the white and purple/violet!
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That's a huge flower for Leptotes bicolor!
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Leptotes on steroids. Nice!
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Very nice! I got an AM/AOS on one of his seedlings. Almost killed it in a pot, then mounted it on cork. It grows so slowly compared to a regular 2N I once had.
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Leptotes on steroids. Nice!
That should be called Leptotes biceps color 4N
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I had every intention of taking in for AOS judging, but currently the monthly judging is cancelled.
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