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North Vancouver, BC
(Zone 8b)

March 17, 2002
10:37 PM

Post #25087

I have an unknown that I could use some help with identifying. The bloom is trumpet shaped, 4inches wide at the mouth, from base of the calyx to corolla edge is 7inches. tendrils are slightly over an inch. Large, hairy, dark green leaves. Help!

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Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

March 18, 2002
12:38 AM

Post #228288

Liz, its hard to identify these plants anymore...they get named as soon as they bloom the first time..then get sold to who knows who and then show up unammed and hard to figure out...Have you got a total plant pic?? :-)
North Vancouver, BC
(Zone 8b)

March 18, 2002
2:17 AM

Post #228339

LOL Eclipse - that is the total plant - was a cutting I received locally in the fall - it's about a foot tall. It just looked odd - very large leaves, small blooms. Shorter in length than my sanguineas. I'll post a side shot.
Vancouver Island, BC
(Zone 8b)

March 18, 2002
3:38 PM

Post #228532

Liz, is it one of Bert's aureas. Sounds like an aurea flower to me.

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