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Old 04-05-2021, 05:51 PM
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Great plant and reliable bloomer! I'll publish a new YouTube video about this one on Saturday morning.

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Old 04-05-2021, 07:55 PM
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Nice pictures Isurus.
And now I can plainly see why my Catt. walkeriana 'Kenny' is now considered Catt. Snowblind 'Kenny'.

Even though the flower looks walkeriana, the plant is all nobilor!
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Nice pictures Isurus.
And now I can plainly see why my Catt. walkeriana 'Kenny' is now considered Catt. Snowblind 'Kenny'.

Even though the flower looks walkeriana, the plant is all nobilor!
C. Snowblind is some combination of loddegesii and walkeriana. perhaps dolosa x walkeriana or just plain dolosa. a walkeriana nobilor hybrid should flower from the rhizome because both of these plants possess this trait.
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C. Snowblind is some combination of loddegesii and walkeriana. perhaps dolosa x walkeriana or just plain dolosa. a walkeriana nobilor hybrid should flower from the rhizome because both of these plants possess this trait.
Actually, several walkeriana hybrids (including dolosa) will bloom from a modified growth, including Aloha Case.
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What great form for a nobilior.
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What great form for a nobilior.
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