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This one almost looks like a tuberous begonia

Posted by jujujojo (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 22, 14 at 21:25

haha


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RE: This one almost looks like a tuberous begonia

That is beautiful ! Where did you find it?


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RE: This one almost looks like a tuberous begonia

Lovely!

I think those pink glitter edges are the only thing that draws me almost as much as blue and white blossoms.

Diana

This post was edited by quimoi on Mon, Jun 23, 14 at 11:50


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Very pretty


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Gorgeous! What is it called?


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Aye, there should be a rule against posting pictures without ID ;-p

Karin


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Agreed. I love this flower and would love to look for it. But without a name . . . . . . .

Vikki


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Your violet is very beautiful! No name???~~Rosie


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Looks like it will remain nameless. Too bad because it's beautiful!


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Check out this one, guys. Lituanika. Get ahold of yourselves guys! Its just..just a...IT'S SO BEAUTIFUL!! :-O


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Another day, another NOID ;-)

Diana


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I want one!!


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Wow this plant is fabulous! Do you have it?


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Which one are you referring to?


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Both so lovely. Do you have either? Would love a leaf or baby


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I wish...


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Perhaps the new rule, if you don't have an id on it, you're volunteering to ship leaves if you post a pic in bloom.


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I second the motion!


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That would encourage people not to share. Or, better...to make up a name for it ;-)

And then sell it on Ebay as "RARE: 'Aunt Petunia's Blustery Peach' African Violet"

I have that one. $50 a leaf. Anyone?

I also have a rare vintage, 'Blueberry Waffle Crisp'. Just like your grandma used to grow! Get it while it's available!


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Pastel glitter from LLG is the closest I've been able to find so far, but it's not quite it...

Here is a link that might be useful: Pastel Glitter


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I found an empty pot marked "Pastel Glitter." That told me that something didn't go well with that one :)

I could be wrong, but I don't think it's Pastel Glitter. However I have no memory of the plant whatsoever.

Diana


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