New Blooms!

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Treva

Member
A few New Blooms...

Hardy Red Hibiscus
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Eye of Kali
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Cosmic Dancer
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White Texas Star (grown from seed!)
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Treva

Member
Thank You to all!
I just started with these babies this winter, and I am Loving them!
I get a new suprise everyday! I cant get enough when it comes to Hibiscus! lol
 

Treva

Member
Thank you Crabbergirl & Dorothy...the pictures dont do them justice!

Here are todays blooms...

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Rum Rascal
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Eye of Kali
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Evangeline
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Treva

Member
THANK YOU Spider Lily I LOVE them all too!!!
Cant get enough! ;-)

Here are yesterdays blooms...

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Rum Rascal
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Eye of Kali
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Evangeline
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To be continued...LOL....
 

Dor

Active Member
I really love #3 from the bottom Treva. What is the name and do you have or fews seeds left or better yet where can I buy these seeds.
 

Treva

Member
Hey Dorothy... are you talking about rum rascal (a cajun hibiscus) the second picture in the second set of pics I posted? She is a Beauty! all of the Cajun Hibiscus I purchased from in a coop at GG from Dupont nursery as seedlings....if it produces seed i will gladly share with you!
 

Treva

Member
Thank You Kya! I Love them they give me new blooms and a few suprises everyday!
Grand Mariner
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Stolen Kiss
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Trax

Active Member
Treva,
Those are awesome! I especially love 1, 2, and the last one in your first post! All we have right now is a hardy white hibiscus that's about 5 feet tall. This is the 3rd year and 2 new plants popped up near the main bush! But I definitely plan on finding some more different kinds next spring. Hibiscus is one of my fave flowers, especially reds, oranges, and yellows! :D You've done a great job with yours!
 

Treva

Member
Thank You Trax!
Hibiscus is my FAVORITE Plant of ALL!
I have seed for the red texas star, white texas star, red hardy, white/red throat, and large pink! They are all hardy!! I could share them with you for postage...just let me know if you want some?
 

Trax

Active Member
Wow, Treva! That's such an awesome offer... How should I say this, well, maybe...
YES!! THANX!! MAY ALL YOUR DUCKS LAY GOLDEN EGGS!!
If I ever have anything you want, just let me know! :)
Just PM and let me know how much and where to send the postage money!
Gawd, you are SWEET! :D
 

Treva

Member
Your funny Trax!
PM me your address and I will send them, you can just return the postage, it wont be much?
Or.... do you have any banana seed??
I have alot of seed if you want to check out my trade list before I mail to you??
Just let me know and I will get the seed out this week!
 

Trax

Active Member
Thanks Treva! :) PM sent! I included a list of some of the things I have. If there's anything you want just let me know! This is one of my fave flowers. It originally grew only on the southwestern cape of Africa but it can grow even in zone 5 here! It's called Amaryllis belladonna. It puts up a thick bunch of tall leaves in spring, then they die back and in mid-summer it sends up flowers on 18 inch stalks with no leaves:



If you would like some, I can send you some bulbs. The bulbs are white, round, and about the size of golf balls. Here's some more info:
http://www.plantzafrica.com/plantab/amarylbella.htm
I like swapping plants! :)
 

Maggie

New Member
They are just beautiful Treva. I love the Rum Rascal and Grand Mariner. Heck I love them all. I couldn't pick one and say it's my favorite. The colors are so different from what I've seen around here. I wonder if they would be perennials in zone 6. I have the red Texas Star and hoping to get some of the white seed this fall. Thank you for sharing such beautiful blooms.
 


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