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Some new ones

Posted by mbug 6 NJ (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 13, 14 at 1:07

Some new ones I'm excited about. Pictures aren't too good. I wanted to put them up in case anyone is growing Tickle me Pink, Kinba, or Stir it up and would be willing to post their pics. Will try to post better ones soon.

Stir It Up -Red petioles wavy leaves. Leaf backs are white
Stir It Up photo StirItUp2rlm.jpg

Tickle me pink - small. The petioles are red and supposed to get some red on leaf tips and a hint of red across the back. Don't see that yet
Tickle me pink‏ photo ec45d408-6aad-4140-9ce4-6abed9dfe0ce.jpg
Tickle me pink photo TicklemePink.jpg

Vulcan
Vulcan photo   <BR>Vulcanrlm.jpg

Vulcan photo Vulcanrlm2.jpg

Kinba - I think I'm really going to like this one
Kinba photo Kinbarlm.jpg

Golden medows
Golden medows photo Goldenmedowsrlm.jpg

Marrakech
Marrakech photo Marakesch.jpg

Curly fries - Still not sure about this one but I had a spot where I thought it would be a good fit. We'll see
Curly fries‏ photo Curlyfriesrlm.jpg

Wylde Green Cream
Wylde Green Cream photo WyldeGreenCreamrlm.jpg

Waukon Glass
Waukon Glass photo WOGrlm.jpg

Daybreak
Daybreak‏ photo Daybreakrlm.jpg


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RE: Some new ones

Excellent, sir.

Don B.


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RE: Some new ones

QUICK ... kinba's already breaking out of its pot... crikey

grab it.. before it gets away ... lol

ken


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RE: Some new ones

  • Posted by mbug 6 NJ (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 13, 14 at 9:09

Ken
Looks like it's trying to take off...Figure if it'll grow on a drive way, a half a pot should work too...LOL

Thanks Don!


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RE: Some new ones

  • Posted by mbug 6 NJ (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 13, 14 at 17:22

Just to bump up.
Anyone growing Kinba, Stir it up, or Tickle me Pink?
Would love to get your feedback.


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