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By ScotTi on Mar 2, 2024 7:41 AM, concerning plant: Bromeliad (Neoregelia 'Sweet Vibrations')

Neoregelia 'Sweet Vibrations' is a Cheater Skotak hybrid from the cross of Neoregelia carolinae 'Red Variegated' x Neoregelia 'Gespacho'.

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By PotEmUp on Mar 1, 2024 8:14 AM, concerning plant: African Flag (Chasmanthe floribunda 'Saturnus')

The stem is a darker red. The color of the flower has little to no yellow, compared to the Chasmanthe floribunda.

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By belinda5086 on Mar 1, 2024 6:15 AM, concerning plant: Rose (Rosa 'Spencer')

Where can I buy the Rosa Spencer 4ose because mine has died and I desperately need to replace it.

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By jathton on Feb 29, 2024 10:41 PM, concerning plant: Willowleaf Pear (Pyrus salicifolia 'Pendula')

My first look at this small tree was in the Van Dusen Botanic Garden in Vancouver, British Columbia in the early 1990's. It is good looking... with a dense branch structure that eventually forms a loosely round crown . The leaves are willow like, 1-3 inches long and covered in woolly gray-green. The blooms in spring are white and attractive, but the form and foliage is the highlight of this tree.
One serious caveat... this tree has a serious problem with fireblight. Pacific Northwest gardeners seem to have the greatest success with this particular tree.
I say that regrettably... I'd love one in my garden.

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By Baja_Costero on Feb 26, 2024 10:45 PM, concerning plant: Pachyphytum (Pachyphytum rzedowskii)

Recently (2002) described Pachyphytum with fat, glaucous leaves; rosettes to 2-3 inches; and stems to about 12 inches, often branching at the base. Flowers have a red spot inside each petal. As with other members of the genus, beefy sepals obscure the petals.

From east-central Michoacán. Similar to P. machucae, from northwestern Michoacán, which has bigger leaves and different colored flowers.

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By farmerdill on Feb 26, 2024 7:16 AM, concerning plant: Hot Pepper (Capsicum annuum 'TAM Mild Jalapeno I')

An early, almost heatless cultivar developed by Texas A & M. Grows well here and is great for uses where regular Jalapenos are too hot.

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By Australis on Feb 26, 2024 6:48 AM, concerning plant: Rusty Foxglove (Digitalis ferruginea 'Gelber Herold')

This strain is a taller selection of the species and can behave as a short-lived perennial according to some Australian growers, flowering for 2-3 years before expiring.

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By KellyGreen on Feb 25, 2024 4:22 PM, concerning plant: Fragrant Sweet Box (Sarcococca ruscifolia)

A well-behaved yet durable evergreen ground cover in our zone 7a yard. It does particularly well on steep slopes (or perhaps few other things do well!) Some of it is in full sun, which does result in moderately bleached foliage. It also grows in full (and dry) shade, though even more slowly than its normally slow rate. The flowers, which bloom in late winter-early spring, are unremarkable, but they have a lovely, honey-like scent.

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By critterologist on Feb 22, 2024 5:40 PM, concerning plant: Spider Lily (Lycoris sprengeri)

It's been over 10 years since I first planted this bulb, and they'd spread into a large clump. After they bloomed last summer, I dug and divided them, spreading them into all 3 "pocket beds" behind the sitting rocks around the back patio. I'm not expecting blooms this year since they can take a year to settle in, but I'm happy to see leaf tips poking up!

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By porkpal on Feb 21, 2024 6:54 PM, concerning plant: Chinaberry (Melia azedarach)

Chinaberries are attractive trees and give a dense shade, but they are invasive and a nuisance here. Their berries are also toxic to livestock.

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