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Daubenya comata

Posted by bluebonsai101 6a PA (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 9, 08 at 12:21

I got three different forms of Daubenya comata last spring from South Africa and this was the 'Rose' one. My daughter got a new point and shoot for her birthday and I gave it a try......obviously I need to work on the whole depth of field thing when trying to use the macro, but hey, it is 7 years newer than mine so I should try to figure it out I guess :o) Dan
Daubenya comata 'Rose'


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o thats so pretty! thank you for sharing!


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Thanks, it is incredibly tiny as well. A winter grower from South Africa that can easily fit on a windowsill, although mine is under a grow light :o) Dan


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I can tell just how tiny it is! Does it have a scent?


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No obvious smell to me, but my sniffer is not that great so you should not take my word for it :o) Dan


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