Never seen before on this Earth.


First flowers from seedlings sown in late September 2010.

These are a very small selection, which have just come into bloom.

The first shows an Annie Roberts (exhibition fancy pansy)bottom three petals but a much different top two.

The second some different colouring possibly from Glady’s Hughes (efp)

The third a John Powell (efp)relative ?

First blooms always IMO get better as the growing conditions are more conducive to rapid growth and vagaries of the weather, cold –frost etc which damage petal structure are absent. 

I have another forty to check on when they bloom.

It’s a bit  like opening presents,waiting for the bud to open, when you do not know what the parcel(flower bud) will reveal.

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One thought on “Never seen before on this Earth.

  1. They look very promising to me particularly 1 & 3, possibly 2 will improve wi time, Hughes always was a little iffy thickness n quality of petals very eratic if your lucky can be excellent for show but more often were great before or just after a show.

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