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Posted by houstontexas123 z9a (My Page) on
Tue, May 7, 13 at 17:51

1 of 2 'papaya nectar' cutting from last year

the 2nd has 2 tips, no inflo this year.


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the original cutting that i bought on e bay a few years ago, that suffered some frost damage the previous winter and had to cut off its branches. it sent out a new tip last spring and finally has an inflo.

dwarf white noid on the right.


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Hi!

Nice looking inflos..

Hope you have a wonderful summer!!!

Take care,

Laura

This post was edited by loveplants2 on Wed, May 8, 13 at 23:55


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Yay for inflos!

Please post pics when you get blooms.
We love pics. :)

-Robert


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So nice to see inflos coming out.

My plants are still in 'storage' and are now just beginning to show new growth, but nights have been too cool. Maybe in a week or two.


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Houston,

Great looking plants! Is that a kaffir lime in the corner of one of your pics?

Kristopher


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Looks good, Houston! Wonder what those flowers will look like. Love the tiny growth habit of your noid dwarf white.


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thanks all.

Kristhopher, 1st pic has a N33 navel, 2nd pic is noid mandarin on the left and meyer lemon on the right.


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I need to move my kaffir lime, the trees have gotten too thick above it. Sunland on 646 had them 2 years ago, Josephs in Pearland might have them.

Inflos popping up here, I need to take some pics. All last years cuttings are finally showing signs of life.
Tally Ho!


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