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Today's bloom is Cathedral Bells (Cobaea scandens)

Bloom of the Day for April 21st, 2013:

Information:
Type of plant: Vines and Climbers

Bloom color: Dark Blue, White/Near White

Bloom time of year: Late Summer/Early Fall, Mid Fall

Sun requirements: Full Sun

Cold hardiness: Zone 9a to Zone 10b

Height: 4-6 ft. (1.2-1.8 m)

Spacing: 12-15 in. (30-38 cm)

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Kell wrote:
I just love this vine. Once I saw one that was so huge it covered a long and winding wooden structure top to bottom, end to end. It was amazing. The stems were thicker than ropes. And it was just covered in flowers in varying shades of purple. Of course I had to grow it but didn't have the space for it and it does get aggressive and grows so fast. I had to get rid of it when I could no longer

DavidofDeLand wrote:
Actually Kell, I didn't have much to say about this pic because some of the other pics showed the scale better. So many times tiny flowers are blown so big that I thought this was another one of them... ( sometimes a let down ) ...actually after parusing through the photos it seems to be as large as a Sky Vine flower! That makes it special! This is one of those occasions for me,... that some

Kell wrote:
Actually this flower is quite big. 3 1/2 to 4 inches across. And they hang so decoratively! Very noticeable in great abundance on the vine. It comes in white too, David. http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/showimage/308173/s I begged for that seed pod I show there and grew out the seeds. Not to plant though. LOL. My house would be smothered. I always enjoy these "white" photos for I went

Kell wrote:
I forgot the Annies's Annual link. LOL http://www.anniesannuals.com/plt_lst/lists/general/lst.gen.asp?prodid=269

DavidofDeLand wrote:
Thanks for the info Kell. Wow do I like the white one and that first pic! Actually its celedon green and amazing! ( one of my favorite colors ) It has Lilly-like qualities to boot. Like Lillies on a vine...

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