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Early Miniatures in Bloom Now

February 24, 2014
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Some of the early Miniature seedlings here.

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Very Early Pinkish Intermediate

February 23, 2014
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From a “failed” Miniature cross. A very petite Intermediate at 54mm in diameter. Not very pink, narrower than the seed parent, and average substance. The biggest virtue is that it…

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Outside Today – Miniature Beds & Nice Mini Trumpet

February 19, 2014
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This is Miniatures Bed #6 outside today. Two different views. Everything in this bed is a seedling of mine. The Miniature trumpet is from a cross of Dr. Leone Low’s…

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Miniature White N. cyclamineus Type Hybrid

February 16, 2014
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I consider this to be an “advanced” Miniature cross that is five generations away from the species. It becomes pristine white at maturity, The seed parent of this flower is…

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Very Early Miniature White

February 15, 2014
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Not the greatest form but one of the first Miniature whites to bloom outside. About the height and shape of N. asturiensis but white. It opens yellowish but goes completely…

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‘Silver Sparks’ Very Miniature 8W-W

February 14, 2014
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In bloom here today in #3 is Dr. Harold Koopowitz’s lovely and very tiny ‘Silver Sparks’. Here in my cooler temperatures it opens a Y-Y, which passes to Y-W (!!!!),…

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