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Canary Creeper


By Meanie

Canary Creeper (Tropaeolum peregrinum (Canary creeper))

Not the best photo, but this first flower is a little buried behind some foliage.
It's a diddy little thing of about 15mm.
I'm just happy that this is flowering now!

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Lovely yellow ...:o))))

22 Jul, 2010


another unusual plant

22 Jul, 2010


Mushy - it's a little paler than I remember, but being a small flower on a fast growing climber that's no bad thing.

Yorkshire - I must admit that I haven't seen the seeds for a couple of years before this spring. Maybe they are a little out of favour.

22 Jul, 2010


we will have to go on a mission and see if we can find them !!!

22 Jul, 2010


I think that they're worth the effort - fast growing, and once they start flowering, they're prolific bloomers.

23 Jul, 2010

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