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Floridian
Lutz, FL
(Zone 9b)


January 18, 2002
8:02 PM

Post #21457

Isn't this pretty? I sure would like to know what it is. TIA

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REDROSE
New Iberia, LA
(Zone 9a)

January 18, 2002
9:17 PM

Post #195229

WOW YES !!! It is so beautiful wish know what the name is...Sorry~ But someone will tell you soon. I love this flowers.

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Baa

January 18, 2002
10:48 PM

Post #195274

Looks like Podranea ricasoliana - syns include Pandorea and Tecoma with the same species name with an inventive common name here in the UK of pink trumpet vine ;)

http://www.californiagardens.com/Plant_Pages/podranea_ricasoliana.htm

I was a little concerned that the leaves ere entire on the pic and the leaves on your pic were toothed but I checked in the RHS A-Z and they say the leaves can be unevenly toothed.

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Floridian
Lutz, FL
(Zone 9b)


January 19, 2002
11:20 AM

Post #195457

Thanks once again Baa! Now I can check at the co-op today and see if they deem it invasive. Some of my research said 'very aggressive'. Here that's usually the same thing.
Baa

January 19, 2002
6:52 PM

Post #195592

You're welcome Floridian, yes it does look like it could be a monster to control.
MsBatt
Florence, AL
(Zone 7a)

January 20, 2002
12:07 AM

Post #195773

Bet it wouldn't be invasive here in northern Alabama! Got any seeds? Or cuttings?
Floridian
Lutz, FL
(Zone 9b)


January 20, 2002
12:17 PM

Post #195981

Sorry MsBatt, this was for sale as a 3 gallon tropical. I wanted to know what it was before I bought it. Beautiful as it is it's not for me. :( Check your local stores. This one was at Target.
Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


January 20, 2002
6:53 PM

Post #196144

I have seeds of that... What a pity that it takes so long to grow to a flowering plant. But I've got time. ;)
busybee
Kentwood, LA
(Zone 8b)

January 20, 2002
8:28 PM

Post #196198

Evert, Are you sharing the seed? if so I`ve got time also.
Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


January 21, 2002
2:08 PM

Post #196536

Hmm... I don't have many but -- Maybe =) Want some for sase? I also have plenty of other extra seeds.. (of course these aren't extras hehe)

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