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HAVE: Philipine Violet (Barleria cristata)

Posted by cocomo z10 / PR (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 13, 07 at 21:11

I have several rooted plants of this tropical plant. It becomes a perenial bush in zone 10, but acording to some information I found in another website it can grow well zones 9 and 8 too.

The dark green foliage is very attractive and virtually pest and disease free. But its in late summer to fall that the real show begins, as the upright plant stems load up with an abundance of lavender flowers that last until frost.

I am looking for other not so common tropicals or daylilies in any color other than solid yellow, or oriental lilies, any color

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