After the big ones come the dwarfs. Many attempts were necessary to cross A. ongsakulii with A. myosuroides but finally it succeeded. Only a very few seedlings were obtained and from these only one finally survived. But this one looks great!


I pray for an inflorescence in late spring!

And here it is!

What's new?

After a long hibernation time I intend to make some updates now and in the new future.


First step:


The first pulchellus x myosuroides seedling has flowered!


A few selected plants will be released as cultivars.