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What colour will it have?
Last Post 17 Jun 2012 04:42 AM by greenfinger. 7 Replies.
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12 Jun 2012 08:22 AM

    One of my vulcanicola seedlings is going to flower soon - the bud has not opened so far.

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    12 Jun 2012 11:37 AM
    Very exciting time indeed! I will hope for a burgundy or bright peach for you. Maybe Aubergine?, but that's stretching it for a Vulc.
    Keep us updated!
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    12 Jun 2012 02:02 PM
    ich drücke die Daumen für Aubergine, lächel
    http://www.deutsche-brugmansia-gesellschaft-ev.de/1,000000340693,8,1
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    12 Jun 2012 02:02 PM
    ich drücke die Daumen für Aubergine, lächel
    http://www.deutsche-brugmansia-gesellschaft-ev.de/1,000000340693,8,1
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    12 Jun 2012 03:24 PM

    Aubergine - maybe from the pink vulcanicola seedlings - a pretaste you can get from MichelG's pictures from last autumn and early spring - but there are still at least 2 months to go.

    This one is from another source. Here is the picture taken in the evening before sunset:

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    15 Jun 2012 03:05 AM

    Here a small update. The daddy of the flower seems to be a sanguinea - the seeds have come originally from Popayan/CO . I have never had such a large flower with a my sphearos. If the flower form will change when the plant gets older - due to gene silencing we have seen with some other seeds from EC - well we will see.

    The color is in the appearence an orange melon - my came seems to have some troubles  setting right colors with bath ligthening conditions.
     

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    15 Jun 2012 03:40 PM
    Look! It's Vulbisu....

    Ok, you have to be a big Brug nerd to get that one

    This is beautiful. Never have I seen a shape of a Sphaero like this. It's definitely a look into the evolution of them. I love this color as well. The form is so nice. It seems as though Tri-Colored Brugs are 'in' lately.

    Great job, Papa !!!!
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    17 Jun 2012 04:42 AM
    lol - yes RJ - for me it has an exceptional form as most of the flava and sangs only measure the half of bloom size. With your Vulbisu approach you are I think on the right way. I will try to compare them later. So let's hope it is a good pod parent.
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