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  1. #16
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    Abby, your plant is beautiful!
    I wish mine would get big.

    Jan

  2. #17
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    Central Coast Australia
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    Jan
    That plant is about 5 years old and I look forward to spring tho see it in full flight again

    On this close up you can see what rust looks like and although treatable by systemic fungicide, the spots on the leaves stay on and the way you know the treatment is successful is by the new shoots not having the spots.

    The spots look like measles

    Abby

  3. #18
    Very nice, Abby!

    Patsy, I'd love to trade for a cutting.

    Phoenix Ryan

  4. #19
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    Abby, I do declare ... you have at least one of EVERYTHING !!! That's absolutely scrumptious. I only hope mine look 1/2 that good in another 3 or 4 years.

    Ryan, email or PM your address and I'll send you cuttings. Do you prefer the white night bloomer? I have also light pinks (light and dark), orange, yellows, white ... some have specific names and some only color. Also about a dozen which are now NOID's as to even color since Cache (our new 5 wk old Boykin Spaniel) just swiped the tags
    Patsy

  5. #20
    LOL, Patsy. Gotta love pets! I'm not particular about color or name. I'll shoot you a private message. Thanks!!

    Ryan

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