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tocarmar

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Here are a few pics of my Trumpets..





These are the pink ones, they start out white & change to pink after about 1 day.

Here is a pic of my Giant Hibiscus.



Tom
 
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goldenrose

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Now here's one for night fragrance! Love the scent of the brugs!
 
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those are very nice... too bad the giant hibiscus do not grow too well in the tropics.. i am only left with the normal kinds to grow... :(
That surprises me! Can't be too hot? (they're all over Florida!)
 

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These pics were taken in the late summer last year. I thought it would be a good time to post them.
 

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Tom, how do you handle your Brugs for the winter?
Are you in or outside of Catskill, NY? Two of my children were born in Athens, NY
 

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Ron,
I am outside of Catkill about 1/2 way between Catskill & Palenvlle in the sticks.I,ve been to Atens a few times.
With the Brugs. I usually bring them in after the 1st light frost & keep them in low light & cool in the basement, & very little water until new growth starts. I have about 25 of them (white & pink forms).

Tom
 

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