|xDYCKCOHNIA ‘Conrad Morton’||Hutchinson, Paul||<1992|
- Vandervort said, "An accidental cross in the greenhouse of Paul Hutchinson, Escondido, CA, - at first it was thought the progeny was pure macedoią. as the seedlings reached blooming size it became apparent that longipetala was the pollen parent - resembles longipetala w/linear striping similar to macedoi - the inflorescence is 100% Deuterocohnia with a tall thin spike, tubular yellow flowers - perennial spike will form new shoots at each bloom period - leaves 8 to 15 inches - leaf color variable from green to silver to reddish as influenced by culture".
|Seed Parent: Dyckia macedoi||Pollen Parent: Deuterocohnia meziana|
|Vandervort, D. 2/98|