More summer blooms.
University of Hawaii Orange in the heat
wow! I have all of those BUT Mardi Gras....those are gorgeous and cannot wait for mine to bloom.....roxanne
Great flowers George!! You Texans are way ahead of me.
love them all, but that Manoa Pink is fabulous!!
Here's the TLD I got from you earlier this month. The flowers have nice sweet fragrance! Thanks again for saving this plant for me.
Hi there, I have 2 TLD...1 from Florida colors grafted and 1 grafted from a vendor down southern Ca. way from a HTG Beach sale back in '09. I almost lost the first one from a pot that I was not giving enuf water too I guess. As soon as I put it in the ground...BIG recovery. The other is still in a pot which I am giving a lot of water to and it is happy but no inflos this year...have you noticed they are thirstier than most? roxanne
Very nice Kenny. Move it to semi shade and the color will get deep yellow. It kind of washes out in full sun.
Roxanne, TLDs do need a lot of water. If they do not get enough water they have small leaves. When they get enough water and nutrients they have big leaves and grow vigorously. The blooms are also bigger.
I received TLD as a freebie from Emerson last year, small but well rooted, thanks for the info. It`s going over next to Divine and both will be planted when I get a day off. Thirsty plants do much better in ground here.
Love that Manoa Pink, obviously I need one.
Beautiful flowers especially UofH! Love your flowers and your photography. Thank you for sharing!
ALways love to see Jeannie.. I have a couple and i can't seem to give any away.. well, i did give one away yesterday.. Now im down to two!! lol..
Great pics.. I can't wait for My Uof HO.. she is a beauty!!!
That Texas heat really creates gorgeous colors in your blooms.
Loving the colors in your Manoa Pink and your UHO is so intense (in my patch it stays yellowish).
Thanks for sharing
I was really looking at the Manoa Pink as well.. is that something you sell?
I did not root any plants from Manoa Pink this year. I will later on this year.
Hubba, hubba! Those photos are spectacular, especially the shot of the Mardi Gras inflo! Thanks, George.