Enjoy browns as you didn’t see them before… as Moorea hibiscus browns.
One thing is true: In hybridization we work only with probability. By taking into consideration the genetic potential of each flower, we judge in our spirit and our mind if a cross could be favorable or not. Each hybridizer has its own judgment and way of doing things. As with colors, it is impossible to see two identical hybridizers in terms of their quest, direction, and above all, results. Let’s take the case of maroon color. If we cross maroon colors very often, the possibilities of obtaining maroon flowers will be increased, but there’s no certainty that the results in this direction will be satisfactory within what we look for. In all case, the more experiments one does with the flowers, the easier it will be to find the direction one is looking for.
Moorea Timeri Beauty
Moorea Shalimar Moorea Incertitude
Moorea I Met an Angel Moorea Melissa N.
Moorea Aiud Sunset
Moorea Bird’s Nest
Moorea Brune Anastasya Moorea Cancan
Moorea Crazy Gold
Details about the parentage of these cultivars can be found on IHS – at letter “M”