A beautiful use of besseae to bring red into an already attractive flower. Expect significant substance to the flower that should be triploid.
Another triploid breeding producing considerably substance into the flower
The pod parent is 4N so these should be triploid giving nice large flowers with good substance.
Both parents are 4N so we expect the progeny to be tetraploids as well.
A probable 4N remake of the a flower that is sensational as a 2N. We expect these to be spectacular.
A nice remake of this delightful medium to long petal Phrag.
Both parents are 4N. We expect these plants and flowers to be 4N
We have just seen the first two bloom. The petal length favors longifolium. Fortunately to plants are not outrageously large.
Large plants in 5″ pots. We believe these are blooming size, but have not seen any bloom yet. Both parents have long petals and we are looking for the offspring to have long petals, too. Photograph when?
The photograph is of the only one we have seen bloom to date, but the rest of the plants are the same size so they should be spiking any time soon. Again probably a triploid so don’t look for breeding plants
Another bred to be a triploid, so no breeding potential. We have flowered just a few but the rest of the plants are the same size so expect blooming any time now. It looks very much like a slightly smaller version of Memoria Dick Clements.
Just a lovely pink flower. We photographed this as one of the first to bloom. Many have flowered flatter and we will photograph one of those soon. Head’s up, expect this to be a triploid. Do not expect it to breed.