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It grow in highland conditions

Ampullaria x hamata
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(eymae x veitchii) x (truncata x trusmadiensis) & (lowii x veitchii) x merrilliana
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Truncata x trusmadiensis
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Lowii x ventricosa
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That is an interesting cross. Which parent does it take more strongly after? Could it grow well in intermediate conditions?
 
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Ampullaria x hamata is a BE clone,i have only since one week 😉

(ventricosa x sibuyanensis) x sabre dark cherry & izumiae x trusmadiensis
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Petiolata x hamata
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Ventricosa x dubia
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Bellii x (talangensis x hamata)
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Rigidifolia x spectabilis
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