Dyckia choristaminea hybrid
Yet unnamed, this Sharon Petersen hybrid of Dyckia choristaminea and an unreported other Dyckia as pollen parent is a smaller grower. Compact rosettes of narrow, bronze/red leaves dusted with silvery white scurffing are about six inches across when mature. The leaves, though narrow, are wider than the choristaminea parent, at about a quarter inch.
Lepismium cruciforme (RH415)
CANA clone of the species with a 3-sided stem (instead of 4-sided like v. myosoris). Larger growing and more robust too with very woolly areoles and multiple white flowers. After flowering it produces large raspberry-red fruits. This is an epiphytic to lithophytic species from eastern Brazil, south to Paraguay.
Note: This plant is listed on C.I.T.E.S. and can not be exported.
Lepismium cruciforme DJC2014 (23)
Lepismium cruciforme with pink flowers, seed collected by Dennis Cathcart.
This plant is on C.I.T.E.S.and cannot be exported.
This miniature hybrid was created by Australian hybridizer Margaret Patterson. The shape is a tight upright ampule shape. The leaves are green with red mottling. The mottling is heavier in the throat of the plant. The plant offsets on long stolons before anthesis. This plant is a good candidate for a hanging pot.