A hybridisation experiment 2010
is remarkable - if you compare the size of the plant with the size of the
The blossom is HUGE! ...and has a nice colour.
Other advantages: It is small and blossoms early, you see the results of your
it is easy to grow.
The seedlings appearance reaches from chamaecereus-like to larae-like - at least
and grafted on 2 different stocks.
Mother plant chamaecereus, pollen from L. larae,
blossom in june,
sown about 20 seeds in july, grafted end of july,
seedlings pictures: end of september
* Lobivia larae
Some of the resulting seedlings (about 12)
Chamaelobivia "Torro I"
Chamaelobivia "Torro II" Cristata !!
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Chamaelobivia "Torro III" hinkt ganz schön hinterher in der