Hayden

This plant is a seedling from ‘Flora Midnight’.
Whilst ‘Flora Midnight’ has very dark flowers, the flowers of this plant became very pale.
Perhaps because it has P. anethifolium back in its ancestors.

Hayden
Hayden

The buds have a purplish tone, and then the petals fade to an off-white colour as they age.
Hayden
Hayden

Darcy

P. ionidiflorium x P. odoratissimum
Pollination in 2011 and seedling raised in 2012 by Edgar.

P. ionidiflorium x P. odoratissimum
P. ionidiflorium x P. odoratissimum

(This post was updated with more photos, August 2020)

Another hybrid of P. ionidiflorium and P. odoratissimum that already exist is named ‘Lilac Lady’.

Archibald

Splendide x P. ovale ssp. hyalinum.
Pollination in 2010 and seedling raised in 2011 by Edgar.

Archibald
Archibald
Photo © Edgar

Campylia hybrids
From left:
P. ovale ssp. hyalinum, Baldric (own hybrid), P. ovale x P. tricolor hybrid, Splendide, Archibald (own hybrid), Renate Parsley, White Splendide and white P. tricolor.

Baldric

‘Renate Parsley’ x P. ovale ssp. hyalinum.
Pollination in 2010 and seedling raised in 2011 by Edgar.
Baldric
Baldric

From left:
P. ovale ssp. hyalinum, Baldric (own hybrid), P. ovale x P. tricolor hybrid, Splendide, Archibald (own hybrid), Renate Parsley, White Splendide and white P. tricolor.