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Marquesas Islands
Polynesia (French)

May 7, 2009
1:22 PM

Post #6516455

Down here in Puerto Rico, and apparently in the whole gardening world these
great offering from nature are not considered, used, written about as they should.

If one watches any garden installation, sophisticated, rudimentary, with great
consideration to aesthetics, most of the time, great vines, fragrant or not
are forgotten.

Thanks for a great article..Besides the intense beauty of their anarchist grow, flowering,
fragrance is also another reason to use them more often...

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Kennard, TX

September 1, 2009
2:20 AM

Post #7010908

Noturf, I read your article on the flower from Puerto Rico. It is a beautiful flower. I would like more information on it. can It be grown in zone 9,and also full shade.

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