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My Aloe Hybrids


So good morning, I’d like to share with you. My very own hybrid. It’s a castiline by Bluebee Cross. So this is my first hybrid, My very own real custom, A by bluebee. Do so this is the aloe bluebee hybrid from Thailand, so this is one of the parent plants of my hybrid and the interesting coloration of this plant that makes this one of the sought after hybrids would be a colder color blue, so with intense lighting, it’s also turning nearly red right now, But if you keep this away from the rain, you get to enjoy more of the bluish color of the leaf. And so this is the popular castille hybrid. They called the owl. This is also another parent plant or this is the seed seed parent plant. The bluebee. I use it as the quality so the resulting. By product of crossing the two is my hybrid, so the recarb leaves something that I’d like to retain, but I’m equally happy to get a Lewis color result of my hybrid, so one of the one of my first few hybrids that, uh, I was able to grow into mature plants. Is this Castellini hybrid? I’m not quite sure about the pollen parent, But the result is quite interesting. I was able to get better looking teeth that trans thing through the entire blade of the plant, and one of the features that I’m looking forward to further develop with these hybrids is the feature of the leaves that tends to recarve. So I’m still figuring it out. What culture should I take for me to emphasize more of the the carving leaves? But as you can see, one of, uh, two of the leaves right now are starting to recarb or curve, just like the mother plant or the pellet plant. The only difference is, it has longer leaves and it’s interesting to note that most of the processes. I was able to get from mixing up those parent plants. Most of the resulting plants are either warty or most of the plants that is sold from the cross are what are worthy or has a lot of feet, but not from it enough to make it an interesting plant feature to promote the plan and that makes this hybrid different as you can see. It has smooth leaves without the warts but has prominent teeth on the blades, so this hybrid has a lot of future so right, now it’s already blooming, so I’m planning to make use of this plant as a plant material for for their hybrids. This one is also another. Castiline hybrid that I was able to grow from seeds. This I should say is an ugly duckling. Why it all started as a green, not so well defined looking plant, but I just managed to keep it alive for longer, and I was surprised to see that Even this great green looking plant has something to offer Also the its color. Original coloration is nearly yellow green, so it has a yellow glow, but as I expose it to intense sun and maybe just because of the cool weather. Right now it’s starting to blush, and I like the texture as well. The words are sparsely distributed, but it’s prominent enough to get noticed every time you look at this plant and it’s a clumping type. So for those collectors that who are into plants that could make a full featured plants as a tabletop. This is a good candidate, so I’m still waiting. How far I can get this plant to turn red? I’m still waiting up to how intense the coloration would come for this plant, so hopefully it would, uh, blush a really bloody red, but we’ll see later. Okay, So just a groupie. So these are the hybrids with the parent plants process of Castile India, you.