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JT 2009.014 JT (Lobivia ferox x L. longispina ) x Psl. calorubra

Lobivia hybrid JT 2009.014
(Lobivia ferox x L. longispina ) x Psl. calorubra

This incredible hybrid has no name yet, but it is likely that we will assign one very soon. The plant has a typical Lobivia / Pseudolobivia body and is currently used by the breeder Patrick Noll in his crosses.

Breeder: The breeder of the JT 2009.014 is Jürgen Theisinger from Wolfstein.

Parents: (Lobivia ferox x Lobivia longispina) x Pseudolobivia Calorubra (a form of Echinopsis obrepanda)

Breeder´s Code: JT 2009.014

Flowers: Not measured.

 

 

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BLAZE aka BLAZA – Lobivia hybrid

Lobivia hybrid ‘BLAZE’ aka ‘BLAZA’

BLAZE aka BLAZA is a Lobivia hybrid or form of a botanical species. The origin is unknown, but it is very likely to be a nursery produced cultivar.

Breeder: The breeder of BLAZE is unknown.

Parents: Parents not known, but must involve at least one Lobivia.

Breeder´s Code: 4054

Description: BLAZE is a very popular and beautiful hybrid. It forms larger clumps of plants and flowers abundantly if treated correctly. The flowers are rather small, but have a beautiful color pattern that is just beautiful to look at.

Flowers: Small, approximately around 4 cm.

Blaze aka Blaza Lobivia hybrid

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SYLVIA (Lobivia or Pseudolobivia hybrid)

Sylvia (Lobivia or Pseudolobivia hybrid)

SYLVIA is a Lobivia hybrid. It is one of my favorite hybrids and I used it a lot.

Breeder: The breeder of this hybrid is Mrs. Kriechel, who sold some plants to Johannes Loeven in 1991.

Parents: Parents not known

Breeder´s Code: 4054

Description: Mrs. Kriechel´s collection number was 4054. The plant comes from Teneriffa and the parents are unknown. It is suspected that it´s a natural hybrid. There´s not only this clone, but also 7 sister plants that are all known as Sylvia 1-8. The three best plants were propagated and distributed as Sylvia 1-3.

Flowers: 7-8 cm, red with various shades of white, white to rose colored petals.

Sylvia Lobivia Hybrid Hybride Pseudolobivia