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A surprise this morning

Posted by Linda_Brookes 9A (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 9, 13 at 10:24

My yellow hibiscus has always had single flowers but this morning it's given me something a little different. Any ideas how I can reproduce this? If I was to take a cutting from where this flower has come from would it produce this kind of bloom or would they be single blooms?


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RE: A surprise this morning

Linda,
On very rare occasions, you will get flukes. The most unusual I have seen is on a thread attached. The flower had 3 stamens. Very likely, this is a one off instance that will not happen again.
Ed

Here is a link that might be useful: fluke


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RE: A surprise this morning

Thanks Ed, I thought maybe it would just be a one off thing, too bad, I quite like it

Linda


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