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Australian and New Zealand Gardening: cestrum_SEQ picture (Brugmansia in Australia - February 2012 -#2)

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Photo of Brugmansia in Australia - February 2012 -#2
cestrum_SEQ wrote:
Forgot the photo ...

PS Am wondering if Old Apricot predominates as much when it's the pollen donor rather than the pod parent? (It can also produce white seedlings, eg when used to pollinate a strong aurea such as Golden Butter x OA.) Also, has anyone gone on to grow out its second-generation seedlings yet e.g. (OA x brug1) x brug 2? I've got second-gen seeds but will be another couple of years or so before they flower.

This message was edited Feb 16, 2012 2:38 PM

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