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Can somone ID this NOID

Posted by Bakajan none (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 25, 14 at 19:29

I've had 2 cuttings for a year and they are looking to bloom. This is the first of the 2. Im so excited and love the colors and the fragrant. I wanted to know if there is an ID for this one or not. Thank you.


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Not sure, maybe the more experienced members will help.

Josh


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I can not id it for you but it is very pretty. Looks nice and healthy. Barb


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I don't know what it could be but it's very pretty and I'd be happy to have it in my collection!

Doug


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Looks kinda like a Skylark Pink


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Thank you all so much. That skylark pink does look similar. Have a second question. What happens with all these NOIDS? Do they ever get a name or a number LOL?


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wow! that might be Dwarf Singapore Richard Criley! Is its growth habit pretty dwarf-like? If it is you definitely scored, not very common:


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Thank you all so much. That skylark pink does look similar. Have a second question. What happens with all these NOIDS? Do they ever get a name or a number LOL?


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Noids will continue to carry the name unless you want to register them from seedlings.. Three blooming cycles.. Then. You submit to register with the PSA.

Some noids can be identified.. So there is hope!! You just want to be sure when you put a tag on something.. You want to carry the true name..

I have noids without names. They are just beautiful and are some of my favorites. Nothing wrong with a noid. You could even add your own name to it.. Noid tiki!! Lol.. Noid Costa Mesa ... Noid Maui .. It's your tree.. The true varieties are named..

Noid wishful ?

Enjoy!! Yours is a beauty!!!

Laura


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Thanks phalanx-viridis. I rent my place so all the plumeria's I have are growing in plants. When you say growth as dwarf like I dont know what that means but I've had this one for about 3-4 years. I was very bad with fertilizing and so it probably was not growing how it was suppose to. I just measured it and it about 5ft right now which I dont think that falls under the dwarf category. I dont even remember where I got it from. Its been a stick in my pot for years. Is there a way to know for sure?


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That to me looks like CStars Cancun Dream.

~Kasie


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Ditto to what Kasie said.


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