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What the heck is this?

Posted by SlenderHope none (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 6, 13 at 9:45

I planted these things from one or two plants that I got from a neighbor's yard. I just uprooted them and without any ceremony just stuck them in the dirt in my yard. Now, 10 years later, they're everywhere. I have to work hard to keep them under some kind of control. However, when they bloom, they are rather spectacular. I have no idea what they are and nobody has been able to tell me. I live in north central Florida.


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RE: What the heck is this?

Don't know what they are except pretty.
Kathi


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RE: What the heck is this?

It looks like a hybrid of pearl bush and morning glory (leaves). Very strange. Definitely a bulb plant.


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Perhaps it is a Bergenia cordifolia (heartleaf bergenia).


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Cashmere Bouquet,


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RE: What the heck is this?

As Texas eyes said, Cashmere Bouquet...Clerodendrum bungei.

And, if you haven't found it already, there is a Name That Plant forum here for identifying plants.


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RE: What the heck is this?

Yes...I'm sorry, Rosemariero. I realized that after posting this here.


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