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Thanks so much.... I am going to get those pesky weevils... thanks for the info...
For now I just have to get out my rocking chair...
Hi Ron B:
Thanks for responding Ron B.
I realized afterwards that in 2007 I posted a picture of this rhodo.
It was much smaller.
I am soooooo...
I saw a Master Gardener today and they suggested I post a pic of the (supposed) rare rhodo. Someone suggested it might be a sinogrande...
Bright pink? Woody aggregate fruit? Often produced?
Very interesting and Wow... can't wait.
I'll watch for it changing colour and then try to...
I am curious to know what you think of this unusual growth on my magnolia tree !!
I have never seen anything like it.
aaaaaahhhhhh... I see oh wise one.
Thanks. That detailed explanation really helps.
I was expecting someone to tell me to do it today! (in the pouring rain)
Ok. I will take your advice.
Especially since I've...
Thanks Ron B and chimera.
Yes, Ron, I agree... after looking at the leaves between the two suggested I think that the calophytum is probably a...
I was told this is a rare rhododendron from Vancouver Island.
We mistreated it (unintentionally) in its formative years and it has taken 5 years...
I have a Camelia, April Kiss, that is not blooming.
It is about 3.5 feet high and is situated under a magnolia tree (in North Vancouver).
Thanks. I never thought about the roots of the plants within the pot.
Does a Kalmia have its roots in a cooler spot?