Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » Sep 06, 2017 8:23 pm

I wasn't paying any attention to this plant this season. But today I noticed the leaf tip had a twist so I thought I would get some photos. This is one of the first plants I posted in this series. I called it the one with the tallest scapes back in 2014.
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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » Apr 27, 2018 10:17 pm

The variegated piece I separated last season survived. This is Miss Avery-Rose.

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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » May 10, 2018 5:59 pm

This is Miss Miranda (a Miss Angie seedling from Art Wrede). I have posted it before but now that's it's in soil it's taking off.

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This is a reverse angle photo showing the plant in the grouping - Restless Sea on the left, Bogie and Bacall left bottom corner, the yellow at the top is another Miss Angie seedling I named Miss Angela Danielle. That's Bobbie Sue trying to get into the frame in the top left corner. The plant in the bottom right corner is from Roger Smith's work - a cross of a Swoosh seedling X Grand Marquee - green plant with a fine white edge.
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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » May 29, 2018 9:56 pm

There's always something different in the garden. Today I was cleaning grass out of a clump of June and First Frost and thinking about how to attack some poison ivy that's in my hardy orchid bed. I took some of the June and First Frost and moved them into my back garden. After that I decided to get some updated photos of the Miss Angie seedlings I have. While doing that I noticed one of them puts out a yellow leaf that quickly goes green - I hadn't noticed that sequence before.

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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » Jun 04, 2018 2:00 pm

Miss Selene is putting up a very leafy scape today.
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The leafy scape.
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Leaf Back.
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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » Jul 04, 2018 8:04 pm

A follow-up on Miss Selene - it has 7 scapes all with long vestigial leaves but the flowers are not opening. Maybe if we get some cooler temps they may act better.
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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » Jul 07, 2018 7:46 pm

Miss Selene flower today. (A seedling of Art Wrede's Miss Angie.)
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Miss Angela Danielle flower today. (Another seedling of Miss Angie.)
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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » Sep 05, 2018 8:24 pm

Something a little bit different showed-up today. The tag said #114. I don't think I have seen it flower before because it is not a #114. (The #114 was given the name 'Otter Point' a few years ago.) The flower is wrong - it doesn't have the dark center.
This is the original tag that was in the pot.
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The leaf is too light and doesn't have a white back.
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Here is the flower. What is unusual is the stamen are different lengths - 3 long and 3 short. It's hard to see in this photo but looking at the two to the left of the style, the one on the left is shorter than the one to its right.
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The flower does have a little bit of purple on the end of the style which is similar to #114.
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But something really odd - it has a branched scape. This I had seen before in one of Art's #102 plants (Bill's white back X OMT). Art had lots labeled #102 but many were very different looking seedlings. The "normal" #102 seedling should have white back but this plant doesn't. The normal #114 (Otter Point) does have a white back. I have recently seen a few plants posted with branching scapes that have OMT in their background. So I'm thinking this is just an "odd" #102 plant that didn't get the white back but the different size stamen has me stumped because I associate that with yingeri or laevigata - I know Art had them around but I don't know if he used them.
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Re: Seedling Flowers out of Art Wrede's Collection

Postby redcrx » Sep 06, 2018 5:27 pm

The thought hit me that the branch might just be random. I have a Hoosier Harmony with a branched scape but I think it's random. But this branch looks like a "normal" branch - I have Snake Charmer with multiple branches that look just like this one. Well today I went out to get more photos and found the branch on the second scape also.
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Smaller scape that I noticed today.
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