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 Post subject: F8-29 Phal Pylo's Star Joy
PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 3:01 pm 
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These have been slow growers for me. I have about 5-7 more but this is likely the only one that will bloom this year. I don't think anyone else has posted a seedling yet. Jeff


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 Post subject: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 3:04 pm 
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Very cool Jeff. Scented yet?

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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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Wow!!!! That is a really cool pattern!

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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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Great, nice dark yellow. Looks like the petals are more narrow from Phal Golden Pride.

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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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I have one of these in bloom too now. I will post a pic tomorrow. One flower is peloric and one is normal.

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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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cjmack wrote:
I will post a pic tomorrow. One flower is peloric and one is normal.


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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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Interesting, thanks for sharing Jeff. I love the white lip and the base color.

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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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jkainemd wrote:
These have been slow growers for me. I have about 5-7 more but this is likely the only one that will bloom this year. I don't think anyone else has posted a seedling yet. Jeff


Here is the pic of mine, looks totally different than Jeff's.


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 Post subject: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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Thanks for posting. It looks like it has more influence from Golden Pride


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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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Please tell me they're fragrant. :)


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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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CJ, those flowers give me the heebie jeebies!!! Pelorics (or whatever those would be called) are not for me. :hand:

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 Post subject: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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I wouldn't say these flowers are peloric because petals are fine, not trying to be lip like. Deformed flowers due to unknown reasons would be how I describe these. If flowers are consistently deformed with missing parts, they should be tossed.


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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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Another first bloom. I'm hoping this year more people will bloom these crosses Peter has made. Nice gold color on that one Jeff.

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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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I wouldn't say these flowers are peloric because petals are fine, not trying to be lip like. Deformed flowers due to unknown reasons would be how I describe these. If flowers are consistently deformed with missing parts, they should be tossed.


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One normal flower and one abbynormal flower doesnt concern me as a first time bloomer. It will get its act together however i dont plan on keeping this one, got to be better ones coming.

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 Post subject: Re: First Bloom Star of Dixie 'Riverside' x JSC 'Joy' F8-29
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Here is another one that just opened. Very cupped. Not nearly as big as the previous flower I posted. They both are quite fragrant. I will keep it for another year and see how much it improves.


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