Re: [aroid-l] Amorph Hybrids?
Just a curiosity question realy. These buggers are so hard to find, im
not sure id want to mix n match em either!
But then I look at the many wonderful variations of Sarracenia
insectivorous hybrids and wonder....
On 27 May 2004, at 21:42, Neil Carroll wrote:
Neil, Yes it is very possible and has been done on several occassions.
know John B. has produced at least a cross between Amorph. atroviridis
Amorph. pygmaeus. (I'll bet my spelling is off).
But you better duck!!! There are some purists that think this is
blasphemy.........but go ahead a breed away.
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