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David C is blooming blooms!

Posted by sunnysa 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 31, 14 at 14:42

Leon, Thanks so much. They are wonderful. The colors are magnificent. They do smell like caramel.

I simply had to start a new post to highlight the David C. Hoya blooms. If you folks get tired of looking at the pics, just let me know. I'll try to contain myself. :-)


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RE: David C is blooming blooms!

> If you folks get tired of looking at the pics,

NEVER!

Nice fuzz on that davidcummingii (if I write that a few times and then google-check, then maybe I'll remember how to spell it. Eventually.)


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Irene,

KEEP THEM COMING! We would love to see your new babies (actually huge) even if they aren't blooming!

And that bloom looks yummy!! Thank you for posting!!!


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It's lovely, I have one that even though still small managed to be in bloom all last summer and into winter even. One of my favorites, which is a good thing, as I (stupidly, when will I ever learn?) captured one of the seed pods from it, and now have about 30 seedlings I'm going to have to find room for lol

Congrats on the blooms!

Renee


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Thanks, Teisa and Renee. It certainly cheered me up to no end. Renee, That's a good thing... starting up seeds. Lucky you! It's all so rewarding, but I can't take the credit on the blooms. I have to give credit where credit's due.

I'll be offline for a few weeks... stuff to do. Thanks.


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I love davidcummingii :D :D :D

The first time mine bloomed I was so amazed that such little flowers could have so much color pop. It's like a tiny makeup ad.

p's. lol @ "David C" - when I saw your thread I was like, "Who's David C?"


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