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(Zone 5a)

August 2, 2008
2:06 PM

Post #5358079

This plant is in a four inch pot and is six months old. What is it and what may I expect in floral display?

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(Zone 5a)

August 2, 2008
2:21 PM

Post #5358154

Same as but different? This one was tagged...Alsobia Cignet which is absolutely Greek to me and may be questionable.

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Tampa, FL
(Zone 10a)

August 4, 2008
9:50 AM

Post #5365940

That is a episcia

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South, TX

December 19, 2009
2:52 AM

Post #7381351

Yes, that is an episcia.
Hanceville, AL
(Zone 7a)

October 5, 2013
3:47 PM

Post #9678804

I thought at first that it was "Chocolate Soldier", but when I looked at the close-up, I'm sure it is not. It looks nice and healthy, Luciee

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