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Brugmansia Ludger's Windsong x (Color Point x Double Dark Rosetta) #5
Last Post 30 Nov 2012 12:35 AM by rhapsody. 14 Replies.
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15 May 2011 09:04 PM  

A golden Angel Trumpet gets closer to being a keeper

I have several seedlings from a cross I made between Brugmansia Ludger's Windsong and (Color Point x Double Dark Rosetta) that have made it into my watch zone last year.  Here is seedling #5, one that is getting closer to earning keeper status.

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As you can see Ludger's Windsong had a strong influence on this seedling with its similar coloration and wild corolla teeth.

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I'm really liking the looks of this one and anxious to see how it performs during our sauna like summer.

 

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16 May 2011 03:45 AM  
Beautiful Fred!
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16 May 2011 04:02 AM  
Fred, I really like that colour. What about branching and blooming habits of this one?
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16 May 2011 09:11 AM  
Absolutely stunning Fred!!
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16 May 2011 09:34 PM  
I'm very partial to the stuffed corollas, so I really like this one. DDR and LWS are great ones to have in the mix, because of the excellent sun and heat tolerance. Great cross!
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17 May 2011 08:29 PM  
That makes me want orange sherbet! Very Yummy Looking!
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19 May 2011 02:02 PM  
Mercy!!
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30 Dec 2011 05:41 AM  
Fred this is Delish
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30 Jul 2012 09:46 AM  
Is this the plant you called Angles Endless Summer
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30 Jul 2012 12:02 PM  
Angels Endless Summer is an established cultivar introduced by Anne Kirchner-Abel in Germany and has a different look than this seedling.

I have so many plants in my watch zone that it is easy to lose track of some, and this seedling is one I lost track of. I know I still have it, it just has not bloomed much recently. The competition for attention is tough in my watch zone so if a seedling does not bloom, it gets lost real quick.

 

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17 Oct 2012 08:28 PM  
That's an unbelievable beauty, Fred!!!
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18 Oct 2012 05:55 PM  
Fred, just Gorgeous!
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23 Oct 2012 01:22 PM  
This one is a real beauty, but it has not been a prolific bloomer. I do not recall it throwing a single bloom this summer. Now that cooler weather is slowly inching in, I'm hoping it will start blooming again. I also plan to start a few new plants from it to see what they do. I've had numerous seedlings in my watch zone that just sit there, barely growing and blooming. I'll then start a few new plants from the mother plant and once they get established, they take off and grow and bloom like crazy. I hope that is the case form this one.

 

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06 Nov 2012 03:28 PM  
Posted By Fred on 23 Oct 2012 03:22 PM
This one is a real beauty, but it has not been a prolific bloomer. I do not recall it throwing a single bloom this summer. Now that cooler weather is slowly inching in, I'm hoping it will start blooming again. I also plan to start a few new plants from it to see what they do. I've had numerous seedlings in my watch zone that just sit there, barely growing and blooming. I'll then start a few new plants from the mother plant and once they get established, they take off and grow and bloom like crazy. I hope that is the case form this one.



This is crucial and I hope that all successful hybridizers and seedling parents will do the same. I have done this very thing with a few of mine and discovered a dramatic change in bloom habits, color, size of flower, and even fragrance can change.

This is a stunner!

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30 Nov 2012 12:35 AM  
Very, VERY nice work Fred!
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