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timmychoo
Tucson, AZ

August 11, 2008
9:24 PM

Post #5400925

Is this anything like Queen's Wreath? I used to have Queen's Wreath growing on a trellis at my previous home and it is so pretty! It had pink flowers and lacy leaves. I have asked every nursery employee if they have it and none of them have ever even heard of it! Maybe the name I have for it is wrong. Anybody know?

carrielamont

carrielamont
Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

August 11, 2008
9:32 PM

Post #5400963

Um, the plant I'm writing about wouldn't grow on a trellis. This one is upright and almost always has white flowers. What zone was your previous home?
timmychoo
Tucson, AZ

August 17, 2008
6:17 AM

Post #5425434

I live in Tucson, Arizona which I think is zone 9a. This is where the queen's wreath grew.

carrielamont

carrielamont
Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

August 17, 2008
3:04 PM

Post #5426243

Sorry, I am clue-free, a.k.a. I have no idea! Try the vines and climbers forum? I'm assuming you've checked PlantFiles. Good luck tracking it down!

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