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Biggest flowers I've seen!

Posted by Andrea_San_Diego z10 So Cal (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 10, 05 at 11:47

Last year on a trip to San Francisco I toured the recently refurbished Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park and saw stunningly large hibiscus flowers. They must have been 12" across in beautiful colors. I wish I had checked the names on the plants because I keep thinking about having those georgous hibiscus in my front garden. At least I took a couple of pictures. Does anyone know of hibiscus with such large flowers?

http://img150.exs.cx/img150/5391/dscf02457dr.jpg


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RE: Biggest flowers I've seen!

Try emailing your photo to the Conservatory. I bet they would be happy to answer your question. If that doesn't work, contact the Tropical Hibiscus Mailing List. Email me if you can't find the link on google - gardenweb won't let me post it here.


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