The N. Truncata x xTrusmadiensis looks very promising. Nice plants all round The description SO clone 1 and 2 is a contradiction though as a seed grown original is just that . A unique individual not an exact copy. Cheers Brett
They all look great! I that truncata x spectabilis is from Tristan's, then it is actually spectabilis x truncata (in case you like to keep accurate records). It's a cross I did a while back and gave to Tristan to distribute.
brett0: Thank you and yes I do believe it will be fantastic with size. As for the use of "clone" I believe mato77429 sums it up, both of you are correct by technicalities.
mato77429: Thanks for chiming in. Glad that we as a whole equal "knowledge."
Noa_F: Thank you always nice hearing. As well for the name it was a mislabeling I'll be fixing that. As well glad to here it's from the same batch from you one got stolen, the other I believe I may I traded. But glad to have an authentic replacement.
The Search: Seed originals. inter-lowland to inter-highland [60ï¿½F-80ï¿½F Winter / 70ï¿½-90ï¿½F]:
#1 N. klossii
#2 N. hurrelliana
N. veitchii (squat-red striped peristome)
TM hybrids (intermediate)