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anyone have pics of fe white out this time of year?

Posted by madeyna 7/8 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 2, 14 at 13:38

Mine got weed eated to the ground and I don,t remember the color changes it goes threw as it ages. Does anyone have any pics of the bush and or flower as it goes threw its seasonal changes?


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RE: anyone have pics of fe white out this time of year?

It should turn a "blush-ish rose pink" color (I don't know what to call the color). I do not have one but saw one at a plant nursery in mid-to-late summer. At the time, I decided not to purchase but should have. It is a nice white rebloomer.


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RE: anyone have pics of fe white out this time of year?

Mine were only potted. They faded to grayish white with red speckles. Since, the ones out front have suffered from mold/fungus issues with the leaves turning all sorts of red and brown. Small green offshoots have formed below the spent bloom cuts I made but they won't have enough time to make new flowers this year.


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