microphylla / greggii hybrids
This is a listing of only microphylla / greggii hybrids that we know about in Australia, that have been named, propagated and promoted.
The list will be divided into two lists .
- Those hybrids that are currently being propagated and promoted.
- Those hybrids that have been found in gardens, they may be named but are not being propagated or promoted, as well as those hybrids that are no longer in favour – no longer being propagated in any quantities. This list may vary from time to time
- They will be listed as a greggii or if a cross, this will be shown as g x m if a hybrid cross. This shows that the plant has a greggii dominant parent. Other names will assume to be a microphylla.
- As microphylla’s cross within them selves, they can create a wonderful array of leaf shapes, most names will appear with their hybrid name, indicating that the plant is a microphylla.