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Guillot Sunset blooming

Posted by john_luvs_frangipani Florida 9 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 28, 09 at 16:53

Wasn't sure if this one would make it before dormancy kicked in , but it came through for me. I think a little more heat would of kicked in the color some, but I'm happy!

John
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RE: Guillot Sunset blooming

Very very pretty! Thanks for sharing!


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My pleasure...
John


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John...Thanks so much for showing us how beautiful they are. Strong work! Sweet!


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Thanks Mike...Glad you like it!


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John,
Very beautiful!
Thank you for sharing!

Karen


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As that one gets older it is such a heavy bloomer. My front one has well over 500 flowers on it right now. It is such a little show off. My psycho white is the only one that can out produce it but it is twice as old. In a few years, you will be rolling in flowers.


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Thanks Karen!

Bill, I can't wait to be rolling in those beauties!! Glad to hear it's a heavy bloomer.

John


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I wouuld do anything for a Gilliot Sunset!!! They are sooo beautiful...just to have a plumie that is attached to Gilliot would be my highlight!!!!

Great looking plant guys,,,you all are doing great!!!

Laura in VB


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MANY THANKS TO YOU!!! I CAN'T WAIT ....LAURA IN VB


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Thanks all....This one is still blooming and looking good even though the days are getting shorter and the temps are getting cooler. I agree loveplants2, having one connected to Bud Guillot is cool!

John


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