Monthly Archives: March 2008

Last apical spot photo: Bosbigal bloom #2

March 31, 2008
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This gives a different view of a bloom with well-developed apical spots. John Castor Livermore, CA

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Apical spot photos: Bosbigal bloom #1

March 31, 2008
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Melissa’s Bosbigal, 11a Y-O, is another Ron Scamp flower. It is a good example of apical spots, as seen in this photo. Bosbigal’s pedigree has King Alfred in generation 7,…

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Apical spot photos: a second Bravoure bloom

March 31, 2008
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This second bloom of Bravoure from the same pot does indeed have spots. It might be a little older than the previous one. John Castor Livermore, CA

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Apical spot photos: Bravoure

March 31, 2008
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Bravoure is a 1 W-Y, and it is a good candiddate for apical spots. This bloom does not have any evident spots. There is no pedigree for Bravoure in Daffseek,…

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Apical spot photos: overall shot of Pampaluna

March 31, 2008
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This picture shows the whole flower, Pampaluna, 11a Y-Y, from Ron Scamp. The apical spots are obvious even standing back a bit. (BTW: this is not the most perfect Pampaluna,…

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Apical spot photos: a different Pampaluna bloom

March 31, 2008
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Here is a not-so-fresh bloom of Pampaluna, 11a Y-Y. The apical spots are quite a bit more pronounced. The picture suggests to me that the tips of the anthers are…

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