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Tropicals & Tender Perennials: Labeled Parts - 2nd try

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Westbrook, ME
(Zone 5a)

December 1, 2001
4:17 PM

Post #18828

How's this? I left it bigger and added pundacle & tendrils. Did I get the pundacle thingy right? Should maybe add it to the database so it can be refered to when needed?

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Newberry, FL
(Zone 8B)

December 1, 2001
4:39 PM

Post #170946

poppysue, i was only joking! you sure do nice work, though. cracked me up, calling them horns - probably was the translation!!

that looks really good!

December 1, 2001
5:00 PM

Post #170959

Aces PoppySue. I don't see how anyone can have a doubt anymore. Thanks bunches.
Vancouver Island, BC
(Zone 8b)

December 2, 2001
8:43 PM

Post #171536

Great job poppysue!

(Zone 6a)

December 2, 2001
8:54 PM

Post #171540

Great going...I just filed it for reference:)

Chariton, IA
(Zone 5b)

December 2, 2001
9:09 PM

Post #171546

Me too, Owen...good job Poppysue!!
Woodsville, NH
(Zone 4a)

December 2, 2001
9:54 PM

Post #171557

Perfect poppysue. Great job. Now I'll know for sure where to put the pollen next year.Thank you.
Saint Petersburg, FL
(Zone 9b)

December 3, 2001
12:05 AM

Post #171596

great job I just put the pollen in the right place got the pollen from the right place NOW what happens next??? does everything fall off except the peduncle or what??? Not as confused now thanks but still fuzzy...LOL
Deep South Coastal, TX
(Zone 10a)

December 3, 2001
1:59 AM

Post #171660

Irish, usually the corolla hangs on for a few days, then falls off. Depending on the variety whether or not the calyx falls off. You should be able to see the seed pod starting to grow and in a few weeks, it gets huge like a pod of okra. I'll try to remember the camera tomorrow and take some more photos of the seed pods.
Chariton, IA
(Zone 5b)

June 27, 2007
11:02 PM

Post #3667046

Bumping this up for newer members that might be able to make use of it. I thought it was very helpful to me when I first started.
Denver, CO
(Zone 5b)

June 28, 2007
2:49 PM

Post #3669505

Great bump! This also helped me.
Tuskegee, AL
(Zone 8a)

June 5, 2009
6:40 PM

Post #6646564

Nice work! Will you add a written description/definition of the terms below the picture, like in old floral prints?
La Grange, TX
(Zone 8b)

June 6, 2009
8:40 PM

Post #6650886

I don't know who poppysue is and have not seen any of her posts. She would be the one who could edit her post. Here is a link with photos and definitions:

Tuskegee, AL
(Zone 8a)

June 7, 2009
6:41 AM

Post #6652892

bettydee: I certainly know poppysue from here. My suggestion was to improve the reference value of her effort. I'm familiar with all the terms.
Tulsa, OK
(Zone 7a)

June 7, 2009
11:39 PM

Post #6655776

i love them want them but i know nothing..
St John's
Antigua and Barbuda
(Zone 10a)

January 8, 2010
2:19 PM

Post #7441299

I have been trying to grow brugs from seed without a lot of success but brought some cuttings home from Trinidad and ALL of them have taken - poppy your picture was very helpful for when they eventually get big enough to flower, thanks a lot!

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