September 2014 - Genus of the Month - Matucana

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Re: September 2014 - Genus of the Month - Matucana

Post by Peter Cupial-Jones » Mon Sep 29, 2014 11:32 pm

Here are a few of the matucanas I have grown and enjoyed over the years :
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M. senilis - a Knize catalogue name for paucicostata
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M. aureiflora - a rich chrome yellow, very floriferous with age
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M. intertexta
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M. weberbauerii var. flammea
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M. yanganucensis var. setosa
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M. huagalensis
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M. aurantiaca - in flower at the moment
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Re: September 2014 - Genus of the Month - Matucana

Post by Carl » Sun Mar 27, 2016 11:52 pm

Do these plants take long to get to flowering size from seed?

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