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PlantFiles Pictures: Chinese Lantern Plant, Strawberry Ground Cherry (Physalis alkekengii)

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Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


November 23, 2003
4:57 PM

Post #716152

Chinese Lantern Plant, Strawberry Ground Cherry
Physalis alkekengi

18.10.2003

http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/1894/

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Monocromatico
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
(Zone 11)


November 23, 2003
6:30 PM

Post #716211

Beautiful picture!
Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


November 23, 2003
6:31 PM

Post #716212

Thank you. Although nothing compared to your photos :) !
Monocromatico
Rio de Janeiro
Brazil
(Zone 11)


November 23, 2003
6:32 PM

Post #716214

Aww *blush* ^.^
farizona
Bowie, AZ
(Zone 8B)

November 24, 2003
1:10 PM

Post #716774

Thanks for the picture. I haven't been able to get the plant growing here. Going to try again next year.
Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


November 24, 2003
4:01 PM

Post #716927

It grows like a weed here :D
eloopj
Atlanta, GA
(Zone 7b)

November 24, 2003
4:12 PM

Post #716934

Great photo evert! Shows color well! These can be invasive in Atlanta,GA too.
roshana
Jacksonville, IL
(Zone 5a)

December 4, 2003
4:05 AM

Post #723533

Great picture! The sun shining on them like that makes a fabulous shot!

kooger

kooger
Oostburg, WI
(Zone 5b)

December 8, 2003
1:16 PM

Post #726654

Beautiful picture! Can also be invasive in NW IA, but I still like them.
Kathryn127
Mandeville, LA

June 29, 2005
4:34 AM

Post #1584776

Beautiful! Would you mind if I save the photo to be my Autumn screen saver?
Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


June 29, 2005
10:33 AM

Post #1585060

No problem :)
richardhurst
Winnipeg
Canada

October 9, 2006
9:37 PM

Post #2801221

Just got a new macro lens on my camera and took this of one of the mayriad of CL's growing in my garden. Its October ('06) here and the plants are getting that wonderful orange colour. Don't know what to do with them, though. They get these tiny tomato-like fruits inside eventually. Any suggestions? Enjoy

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kooger

kooger
Oostburg, WI
(Zone 5b)

October 9, 2006
9:42 PM

Post #2801238

If you like dried flower arrangements, just pick the stalks, put them in a vase inside to dry. The lanterns last forever and the colour stays quite bright too. (Happy Thanksgiving Day to you!) :)
Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


October 13, 2006
2:12 PM

Post #2813314

Well - mine are starting to bloom again! :| It has been quite a warm Autumn..

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