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Old 05-04-2010, 01:01 PM
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Went into a little foray and found some low-quality pics of some more angraecoid (and other weird) intergenerics. Of particular note is Angraecentrum Rumrill Prodigy, A.eichlerianum' x 'Ascocentrum pumilum. Seems like the angraecum influence is always quite recessive. Anyway, enjoy! I think the Angraeorchis looks particularly awesome.

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Calvin, Nice pics!
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Weve got a dozen or so Angraecum didieri x Vasco Pine River starting to bud. They seem heavily influenced by the didieri in regards to growth habit. I will definitely be excited to see a coerulea shade imparted to didieri shape and multiflora spikes?
Many of the other intergeneric things received from the closing of Hoosiers turned out to be the pod parent listed on the tag and not the extravagant crosses the label told me.

So, no weird things from that grew. There are still others. I had a Jumellea densifoliata x Crytorchis that was very indicative of the Jumellea so still on the fence about some.
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Wow, what an interesting cross. Thanks for sharing this!
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It's interesting to see the plants coming out of these crosses. Thanks for posting! Hope they get a seedling with a lovely flower and fragrance.
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Brett, do you still have an email for this hybridizer? I'd like to ask if I can use his photos in a presentation. Thanks!
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Well, I know what my winter project will be... I totally want to try this out!
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