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An elegant brugmansia seedling earns keeper status An elegant brugmansia seedling earns keeper status

An elegant brugmansia seedling earns keeper status

I've been watching this brugmansia seedling perform for several years now and decided it was time to make it a keeper!
Looking back into the past.... Looking back into the past....

Looking back into the past....

It is hard to imagine that it has been nearly 5 years since I was actively posting to my garden blog. Today is the start of a new era as I commit to...

Fred's Garden Blog

After a nearly five year hiatus, Fred's Garden Blog is back! Now you can enjoy and experience the gardening exploits and adventures of Fred in his quest to hybridize brugmansia and keep his jungle and nursery under control.

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Looking back into the past....

My old Garden Blog highlights my early brugmansia hybridizing efforts

It is hard to imagine that it has been nearly 5 years since I was actively posting to my garden blog. Today is the start of a new era as I commit to once again sharing my gardeniing exploits.

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The craziness starts all over again...

In early February I started sowing seeds from some of my 2011 Brugmansia crosses.  I had no idea how many unique crosses I had until started creating the community pots.  Each one of the pots below represent a unique cross.  I wish I could share how many brugmansia crosses are sprouting above, but I plan to create a contest around that on iBrugs.com next week.  I can tell you that when you combine that number with the additional crosses I have planted since these pictures were taken, the ...
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A busy bee attempts some summer hybridizing

Now that our summer heat has settled in I have completely given up on attempting to make any new Brugmansia crosses until fall.  Meanwhile this busy bee has arrived for a quick drink and perhaps an inadvertent attempt to pollinate this bloom.I'm sure the nectar from this bloom is quite refreshing on this hot summer day. It's cool the way its little legs are laden with pollen.  I have lots of great blooms open now so if the bee does manage to create a successful cross, the outcome could be ...
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