J. hirta var. hillebrandtii

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J. hirta var. hillebrandtii

Post by I'm the 1 on Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:54 am


May 2011

Synonymes:
S. hillebrandtii Schott (1852)
S. arenarium var. hillebrandtii (Schott) Neumayer (s.a.)
S. hirtum var. hillebrandtii (Schott) Hayek (1909)
J. hirta var. hillebrandtii (Schott) Soó (1972)
S. hirtum fa. hillebrandtii (Schott) Konop & Bendak (1981)
S. globiferum [subsp. glabrescens (Sabr.)] var. hillebrandtii (Schott) M. Werner comb. nov. (20.01.2011)
J. hirta var. hirta f. hillebrandtii (Schott) J. Ježek (2011)
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Post by illustrator on Tue Mar 27, 2012 5:53 pm

Could it be that the spring colour of this plant is bright yellow? I ask this because I obtained a plant under this name with a bright yellow colouration. It is currently very small, the grower informed me that it is rare in cultivation.
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Post by I'm the 1 on Wed Mar 28, 2012 4:05 am

Bright yellow in the spring?! No, plants go yellowish because of the sun and if the plant is not coming from southern hemisphere it is most probably roting. Beleive me, I know it from my own experince. They keep lighter colour thru the winter and in the spring they are gone for good ... Plant shoud be dark grey-green with red tips at this time of a year.
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Post by illustrator on Thu Mar 29, 2012 6:53 pm

There were about 10 pots with these yellow plants and they don't appear rotted to me. It would be a very big coincidence when all 10 pots of one variety would rot and non of several hundreds of other plants ...

I suspect that it might be a misidentified Sempervivum-cultivar, but I'll grow it for a while (if it is not rotting :-) and make a picture when it is a bit larger.

In the meantime I put var. hillebrandtii on my wishlist, it is definately an interesting plant and I overlooked it's existence untill now.

Thanks for your reply!
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Post by illustrator on Thu Mar 29, 2012 7:47 pm

Addition: I obtained some lovely and - I believe - correctly identified plants from the same grower. It is NOT my intention to discredit him in any way and I absolutely cannot believe that he would misname any plant on purpose. I only like to figure out if this particular plant is identified correctly, since the colour gives me some doupt.
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Post by I'm the 1 on Fri Mar 30, 2012 6:22 am

Send me the name of the grower by PM ... and I will tell you if it is reliable one or not ...
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