cestrum_SEQ wrote: Here's where the flower from the double peachy-pink flower came from. It's still a cutting that's taken a long time to strike. Although judging by the roots sticking out of the drainage holes, the largest one in the pot seems to be well rooted now. The others still look spindly and might yet die. Don't know how frost tolerant this hybrid is but I won't be taking any chances with these cuttings, so they'll have to spend the winter against the west-facing side of the house, under the eaves.
Funny thing is that they've had several flowers already but all much smaller than this one.