'Mitchell's Gold' = (syn. 'Mitchellii') ... GUSTAAF VAN DER STEEN (BE),
1976 ... SEMPERVIVUM TECTORUM (S. TECTORUM × TECTORUM 'Boissieri') http://miklanek.tripod.com/MCS...
J.E. Mitchell / USA / 1976 / Eltern: S. tectorum x S. tectorum ‘Boissieri’ http://www.semperhorst.de/Dieh...
Wow, is this getting confusing. But I did find other references that it was J. E. Mitchell that was the hybridizer. I was getting so excited about this one and hoped to find it. Alas, it is nowhere to be found here in the U.S.
I am now wondering if my S. 'Micheal's Golden is the same plant that has over time changed names because of misspellings?
Global warming, I must have missed that time period. It looks like we may be having a second year in a row with record low temps this summer. I want my tomatoes to ripen this year.
I can only imagine what a wonderful site it is to look across your collection of semps.
I hope you didn't lose any of them from the roof collapse?
We all hope you have time to share your experience and photos with us. What a gift that would be. Can you tell us a little about Ed Scrocki? How wonderful to have know him and have access to his collection.
This site is only one year old, it depends on members to help build it as an information resource. We all contribute to the database also as we can. Would be wonderful if you had time to share some of your photos and information in the database.
We are so glad you found your way to us.
P.S. I live about 3 minutes from Helen Payne's farm. We moved here about a year before her death. I never got to meet her. I pass her place several times a weeks.