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What is IT???

Posted by betty1822 z6Ontario (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 7, 11 at 11:50

While walking the dogs I saw a vine - something like a clematis in front of a house and it had yellow flowers blooming on it. It was not a forsythia but the flowers were individual and spaced about a few inches apart. I thought it looked so lovely on this cold morning. Can anyone perhaps tell me what it could be? Thanks


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RE: What is IT???

Betty: I am just wondering if what you saw was a Carolina Jasmine. I know this yellow flowering vine blooms in early spring! Only a guess but if you Google it I am sure you will get much info. By the way I am awaiting the "wakening up" of the Brugmansia that you so generously traded with me last fall. Hope all is well with you. Ross.


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RE: What is IT???

Hi Ross: Hope the brugmansia does well for you. Enjoyed the magazines. I have been looking up Carolina Jasmine and that it what it looks like but I thought they said it was only viable in zone 8? It really was lovely. I'm always looking for something different. Betty


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