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Justin
Apr 19, 2014 8:00 AM CST
Calliandra emarginata is a shrub in Fabaceae family (Pea or Bean Family) in Mimosoideae subfamily.



The plant shown below it is planted in Beeville, Tx, 8b zone and and I bought it under the name Calliandra emarginata 'Minima'

August 05, 2009


November 12, 2009
For some reason I change the place of the plant. (First place was too close of sidewalk).
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January 30, 2010
By winter freeze it can drop the leaves or even lose a part of branches, but it come back.
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November 29, 2010
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October 23, 2011
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A nice shrub, long time abundant blooms and attract hummingbirds.
For rich blooms it need sunniest position.
I don't know if it survived last winter. (I was moving in early of 2012.)

Justin
[Last edited by Justin - Apr 19, 2014 8:04 AM (+)]
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