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Well its not in bloom but what the heck ...

Posted by paul_ z5 MI (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 16, 13 at 22:17

Been a while since I bothered taking a pic of the old girl -- it's not as though it is a rare or unusual plant afterall. (Unless one is selling on Ebay where EVERYTHING is "RARE". Smiley )

But as I had the camera out any way I figured "what the heck?" So here she is ... Krimson Queen.

Sept 2013 photo IMG_9763_zps8c41db9b.jpg

Really kind of slays me -- I get more growth out of this than my mindorensis when this carnosa has so many "useless" (from a photosynthesis stand point) leaves.


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RE: Well its not in bloom but what the heck ...

Very pretty Paul!! Love the pink and white leaves :o)


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RE: Well its not in bloom but what the heck ...

Paul,

Yes she is very pretty! You can tell she is very healthy. Who need blooms with leaves like that? TFS!

Teisa


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RE: Well its not in bloom but what the heck ...

'KQ' is the Hoya that hooked me in 1977, so I call it my "first love." Though it's not rare, it IS fabulous!

Denise in Omaha


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