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Volume 22, Number 2
April 1968

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Rock #112 R. calophytum
    Fig. 17.  Rock #112 blooming for the first time in
    the  garden of Carl Phetteplace, M.D. at Eugene,
    OR. This plant is 20 years old from seed and is as
    yet unidentified. It has beautiful deep green foliage
    with tight plastered indumentum (like R. lacteum)
    and a pale yellow flower.
    Photo by Carl Phetteplace, M.D.
    Fig. 18.  A 40 year old pink R. calophytum, from
    Barto, in the garden of Carl Phetteplace, M.D.  It is
    about 13 ft. high and 16 to 18 ft. across. It usually
    blooms in mid March, with 20 to 32 flowers to the
    truss.
    Photo by Carl Phetteplace, M.D.

     

R. taggianum

    Fig. 24.  Flowers of R. taggianum, a member to the
    Maddenii Series, tender although it comes from an altitude
    of 7-11,000 ft. on the Burma-Tibet frontier.  Photo taken in
    cool house on Crystal Springs Island by Cecil Smith.

     

R. wightii

R. oreotrephes

      Fig. 31.  R. wightii, of the Lacteum Series.
                    This species is one parents of 'China'.
                    Photo by Cecil Smith
            Fig. 32.  R. oreotrephes in full bloom.
                          Photo by Cecil Smith


Volume 22, Number 2
April 1968

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