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Last Post 01 Jan 2012 04:08 AM by DRC. 13 Replies.
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11 Apr 2011 03:30 PM  

Brugmansia 'California Adventure'
pod parent: Morgensonne
pollen parent: Golfito
breeder: RJ LaFraugh
nationality: US
year: 2008
seedlingsparent: RJ La Fraugh
flower: single
color: pink
length: large
corolla teeth: tiny
leaves: bright green - elliptic
 
 

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11 Apr 2011 08:54 PM  

This one is gorgeous!  I absolutely LOVE that colouration!  ♥

I can see the Morgie influence there... that's for sure!

 

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11 Apr 2011 10:17 PM  
It's so pretty it almost looks fake!
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11 Apr 2011 11:23 PM  
Very nice!!!

 

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12 Apr 2011 01:41 AM  

Thanks all. Admittedly, I didn't expect any sort of a 'woo'-factor with all of the amazing double and multi's that are coming out. However, with the fear of Suav's being riddled with disease, I think it's important to always improve upon what's available for those who may desire to add Suav into their garden or even breeding program without the danger of succumbing to disease.....and perchance this dual colored seedling came of that cross was just the icing on the cake. Working with a lot of Aurea, it's important for me to have a good solid Suaveolens as my base, so this little sweetheart will be appearing as a parent with several of my future eneavors.

Working on the next generation of this cross currently, I've got about 4 crosses from this one already growing out, and about 3 more crosses still ripening that I'm really excited about. Having the same habits of both parents, it sneaks up on me with random blooms off and on most of the year. What I really like is the ability to handle warmer days supremely better than Morgensonne, thanks to Golfito's genetics. This seedling convinced me to get rid of Morgensonne alltogether. Having the Golfito genetics also did away with the darned wrangly effect of Morgensonne, yet kept her size. The fragrance was quite impressive for me. The only way I can describe it is "Cherry candy", being every bit as sweet as Morgensonne, but with added cherry fragrance.

A few people here might recall when some years ago I had sent some trees to Disneyland and two got placed between Adventureland and Frontierland entrances. This one's name is derived from one of it's clone's future placement in Disney's California Adventure.

(Below) The full finish color potential can darken to a deeper antique rose and gold in the ribbing, being very showy in person.

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17 Apr 2011 12:01 PM  
Love it/ I just want to touch it lolol you never cease to amaze me! A ture talent.
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19 Apr 2011 11:11 PM  
Thanks Cassie
Check to see if your Morg x Golfito cutting made it, and if you do... this is it - you can now give it the proper name
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21 May 2011 11:14 AM  
RJ, is this the #4??? If so, glad to have a name for it! Congratulations!

Also, if so, she is loaded with buds and the first one is emerging- I saw it this morning. It is staying compact as a plant, not even 4 feet tall and has a spreading habit for me. Looking forward to seeing this one in full flush! She has done fine in Georgia. Three flushes last year after the cutting matured enough to blossom.

And thanks again for sharing!!

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21 May 2011 11:44 AM  
Good morning Brenda! Yes, this is #4. You can now officially name it!

I am happy to hear that it's doing good in your neck of the woods too!! It's performed similarly in North Carolina, Idaho, and even in New York... I'm happy to hear it's doing well. I am getting ready to see it's first flush this spring myself. This one will make a great base for hybridizing, especially since this one has kept itself in control. My friend in San Francisco even states that it bloomed in January in her front yard. Thanks for letting me know... enjoy!
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17 Jun 2011 08:34 PM  
geeezzzz I love it more now than i did then lolol i keep checking the picture out hahahah
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19 Jun 2011 07:04 PM  
Just beautiful. I have gotten way out of the loop. My DH has been ill and everything has been more important then gardens and plants. Things are looking up and hope life will be back to normal soon.

Lots of first timers are going to be blooming here this summer. something wonderful to look forard to.
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02 Jul 2011 07:23 PM  
Any more pictures of this beauty???
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30 Dec 2011 04:43 AM  
gorgeous, Beautiful and a large pink color WOW
thank you RJ LaFraugh for getting this one out
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01 Jan 2012 04:08 AM  
RJ LaFraugh thank you for this plant
the Bloom is waxy and pretty with a wide opening
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