I haven’t grown either flexuosum or tovari, either,CaneDog said:Yep, the flowers on the rocopica show it's definitely crossed versus a true Card. I thought the parent had been isolated enough in the front yard versus all the rocotos in the back yard, but apparently not. I OW'd two USDA Cards (that one and one from a different source) plus two CGN Card's, all of which are confirmed true Card's, so I'll be sure to isolate them properly when they produce again.
I'm also OW'ing a handful of Flexuosum, which I haven't heard discussed yet in this thread, some with purple in the flowers and one with the "standard" flower coloration. I'm a big fan of the look of the stems on the Flex's (the particular way they look when they lignify) and also the leaves.
Thanks for the trade friend...< 46hrs before I decide on my picks....imagine I thought the day would never come...now I see light at the end of thePaulG said:
Can't wait to see your list, WW!wiriwiri said:Thanks for the trade friend...< 46hrs before I decide on my picks....imagine I thought the day would never come...now I see light at the end of the
tunnel.....can hardy wait. I'm shooting for 1/20/21 at noon.
Aye aye...well I'm still working on my list...no where near 100 AoN...i was just handed some names on a paper napkin to consider...I mayPaulG said:Can't wait to see your list, WW!
Getting the season underway is a
great feeling, alright! It's cool that
you picked a meaningful date for
your start to add to the fun.
I'm planning on a 1/31/21soak overnight,
then into the Black Gold on 2/1/21. Maybe
I should take a look at your list, and grow
some that you aren't so we can trade seeds
(hopefully ISO) next Fall!
The pack of goodnesses you sent has really
made my selection more difficult, in a good
way of course
This is my second try with these, CD.CaneDog said:Hey Paul. Great to see you getting things underway. Really excited for your grow.
I must have been really low on seeds when I sent you those Lanceolatum! At least I've had good germ rates on them. They can come up tiny, though, so be prepared to squint for 'em
Here's a pic of one next to a 357a battery (5.4mm tall) for scale.