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cestrum_SEQ wrote: Frosty Pink x Ecuador Pink seems like an esp. good choice, Shaun, as you've already got pink genes on the suaveolens side so I would think you'd have a greater chance of producing a pink suaveolens-type seedling. Whether it will give you the longer tendrils you're after, I don't know.
Chrissy, those are gorgeous blooms, hard to imagine that they've made it thru the tropical wet you've had so far. You will be overwhelmed with blooms if you get a decent run of dry warm days.
I too bought some buttermilk this week Jean, but solely for the kitchen LOL Looks like you're having success with the spraying, though. Either that or the bugs are having a really good feed :-)