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Finally! A bloom on my NOID starter brug

Posted by pkponder 7B Azle, TX (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 6, 09 at 6:44

I had to cut the stalk and bring this one inside, out of the cold to see the bloom. This is my "Frosty Pink" that isn't ;-)

The second pic is without the flash and looks more orangey than it really is. The whole house smells of lemon powder. I usually get blooms from this one starting in October, but the move set everything back this year.




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RE: Finally! A bloom on my NOID starter brug

Pam that is a beauty and glad you got to see blooms. Even if it was rather later then earlier.

What a slow blooming season it was. Next season is my 3rd one...Don't they say something like : all good things come in three's ?

Well it hopefully be a much better year for all of us. Even though I can not really complain. Because I did have 4 Seedlings that bloomed the 1st year.

Pam so nice to catch another look at a LIVE bloomer :-)


RE: Finally! A bloom on my NOID starter brug

Very pretty!

What a nice treat so late. . .

RE: Finally! A bloom on my NOID starter brug

Pam, that is a nice pink! Lemon powder sounds fantastic, and a late bloomer is always a special treat.

RE: Finally! A bloom on my NOID starter brug

Very pretty. I have taken pictures under different lighting conditions and it makes the flower look so different.

RE: Finally! A bloom on my NOID starter brug

Pam, she's a pretty one :)

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