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A few of the more classics

Posted by plumatherapy 10a so cal (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 16, 11 at 15:29

I know we are all getting enthralled with all the new sexy cultivars flooding our senses and I do love them. Just
wanted to share a few of the more classics I have blooming. The past week has been much cooler here in so cal
thus less intense color
Kimo
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sally moragne
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mary helen eggenberger
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lava flow
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moragne #93
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moragne #23
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Hey, you worked out how to post multiple photos--that's great! They're beautiful, especially MHE and Lava Flow. LF is so tempting for me to buy! You're fortunate to have so many short plants blooming.

I agree that we get caught up in the latest and greatest new cultivars and sometimes forget the older proven ones.

Thanks for the pick-me-up!

Jen


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Beautiful!!!!! Especially the Lava Flow which is one of my absolute favorite plumies...BUT, I LOVE them all!!!!

They all look so nice & healthy even in your cool weather!!!! Good thing these beauties are sun/heat loving trees, because we have had plenty of that here!!! So many gorgeous blooms this year!!!!

Classics are a 'Good Thing'!!!! Thanks for posting your pics! :)

~Mary Jane


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very lovely pictures. I lost my #93 a while back but it looked just like yours and it made me recall it. Bill


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  • Posted by labland Inland Valley CA9 (My Page) on
    Sun, Jul 17, 11 at 22:13

Really nice pics! Well done!


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Your flowers are just beautiful, Ellen! Thanks for posting them!
Love Kimo and Moragne #93!


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Wow!


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Beautiful Pictures....Love the colors!!

What great classics!!!

I love them all...wish we could all have at least one of each!! LOL....

Take care everyone!!

Laura in VB


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  • Posted by pharoah Sherman Oaks CA (My Page) on
    Tue, Aug 9, 11 at 17:53

They are classics for a reason! I always hold off on buying the latest varieties until they have proven themselves by reading reviews over a few years.

Congratulations! They are all stunning!

Tony


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My wife and I really love our 'Kimo'. It has been a good consistent bloomer for us here in Virginia. It blooms for us every year. Many varieties don't always do that. We have more heat, so colors are more intense.

Now I have to get a 'Mary Helen Eggenberger'. LOL!

Great photos!


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