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Ryan Chelsea

Posted by tdogdad Zone 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 29, 10 at 21:37

Here in Calif., Ryan Chelsea has such a beautiful soft pink that is unusual. In the heat it darkens up and shows a yellow center.

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Wow. Thats a nice one. Do you have any cuttings from this one you would like to sell? 8)My girl would just love those blooms.


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Awesome coloration, great photos! Love the soft pink.


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I'm in love. Great flowers


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plant is too young to cut. bill


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What a pretty soft color. It looks like cotton candy.


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Very nice. Do you have any photos of it during warm weather?


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dave, I don't live in Virginia or Texas so I really do not see hot weather. We have not had one day in the nineties this year and most are in the low seventies. I have seen pictures from Emerson that gave it the darker look. We are having a very cool summer this year with fog still showing in the mornings in August which I have never seen.


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Bill, I can't imagine a summer that's not hot!

I've visited parts of LA in August and it felt hot to me...like Pasadena, Burbank, even Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach. I did not realize it can be that cool for so long!


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this is a record cool summer for us and the plumerias hate it. I am right between Huntington and Laguna and although this morning was actually sunny, the temperature at noon is only 75. Half my plants may not even flower this year. I was expecting a good summer this year.


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You are having record lows and we are having record highs. The other day was the first time in 2 months that the temp was below 90.


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