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Posted by tdogdad Zone 9 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 17, 09 at 17:42

my young Suriah's Curly Pink is sporting a starting seed pod.
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Cool Bill. I'm sure you've probably posted a picture of the blooms from this tree before, but could you do it again? Just curious as to what the flowers look like that the pod is on. Below is a recent picture of a seedpod on my Miami Rose with a bloom that is still on the tree as of yesterday. This same tree also has a second pod and another inflo on it this late in the year.

John
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John= I do not have a really good shot of this one because it is young and I missed taking the picture at its best. It is more pink than in the picture and the petals have a nice curl like my Ammerons curly white, which I am also waiting for a good shot. This is the best I have. Bill
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Thanks Bill...does look like ACW

John


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