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Posted by wallisadi deland (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 23, 11 at 18:28

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What are they?


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The top is flowering maple. Don't know what the bottom is, but it is sure nice.

~dianne


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The second beauty is (I think) Brazilian Red Cloak...


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Mark - Will you start a cutting of the Brazilian red cloak for me? This time I'll grow it in a pot. And, I'll start you a cutting of my variegated Philippine Violet bush that you wanted last year. I nearly lost that plant to last winter's freezes.

Christine


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going to have a bumper crop of it this spring if i can get it through the next few months, lots of cuttings. more than welcome to some. the mrs. just got back from the mt. dora plant sale, cool aloe, bromeliads, philodendron lemon..neat stuff!


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A flowering maple? How pretty; I thought it was a hibiscus.

Lovely photos.


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