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Bluebell Creeper in full bloom

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By Meanie


Bluebell Creeper in full bloom (Sollya heterophylla (Bluebell Creeper))

This was sent to me by mistake (it was supposed to be white), so its a bit of a bonus really!
It's now in full bloom, and despite the flowers only being about 6mm or so, it really is eyecatching.
It's a bit straggly & messy, but whilst it's in bloom I'll leave well alone!



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That is very pretty Meanie...I had one years ago when we lived in North Yorkshire and it succumbed to the frost (-o:

7 Jun, 2010

 

Thank you Amblealice; I'm finding it hard to do it justice in a photograph at the moment.
They are tender, so I've always bought mine in to the conservatory for the winter months. I now have three to care for though, so it's going to get a little crowded!

7 Jun, 2010

 

I love that colour :-))

7 Jun, 2010

 

Thank you Louise.

8 Jun, 2010

 

This is really gorgeous Meanie,never heard of it before, really hope I succeed in growing the seeds as would look lovely growing on the wall in my sunroom, the perfect place I think :-))))))))

23 Jul, 2010

 

Good luck Simbad.

24 Jul, 2010



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