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species incarnata? cultivar?

Post by Wm Erik Voss on Sun Oct 16, 2011 2:14 am

Growing rampantly at the local arboretum, but no one knows for sure. The flowers are nicely scented; no sign of fruit (new or old); leaves 3 or 5 lobed with no nodes visible.


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Re: species incarnata? cultivar?

Post by Nick on Mon Oct 17, 2011 6:45 am

It looks more like a hybrid then just incarnata. But without glands its still has incarnata in it. It looks to purple if you know what I mean. Like an p. insense or one along thoughs lines. Even this piccture of p. Inspiration looks closer to it then just an incarnata alone. Pointing to p. cincinnata as a possible other parent. That would explain the dark colour atleast.

If this does turn out to be a pure incarnata I would love to get a cutting or two as none or my incarnata have ever been this dark in colour.
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Re: species incarnata? cultivar?

Post by ethan.nielsen on Wed Apr 25, 2012 4:21 am

I know this is an old post, but looking at the picture I would definitely say it's not a pure incarnata, but it may have incarnata in it. I would agree with Nick that it looks 'Incense' or a similar incarnata x cincinnata cross. The leaves and flowers look like the 'Incense' that I have.
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