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Old October 29, 2016   #33
FredB
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Originally Posted by StrongPlant View Post
Interesting,have you tried crosses between the wild species themselves?
No, I haven't. S. habrochaites and S. peruvianum are in the same sub-group, so they might cross. Both have very large showy flowers. Both have hard green fruit, and I suspect that crossing one rock with another rock will produce a third rock, but you never know.
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