Archive - October 2010
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chrysanthneums or chrysaneums or chrysantheneums
cannot find this plant. An aquantence displays her garden flowers in a vase in her office. This is what she said it was, precisely (not) being chrysanthemums. It looks more exotic and has longer more irregular petals.
How to Determine If a Holly Is Male or Female, According to Flower
Many times, a new homeowner will inherit holly plants from a previous owner and wonder why they're not producing berries. This naturally leads to the question of gender: "Are all these hollies a single gender, and that's why I don't have berries?" In turn, this leads to the question of how to determine holly gender. In my article on holly flowers
, I explain how you can tell from the flowers (I include photos of male and female holly flowers).
This flow is from an India Tour site but does not have a name to it. Any ideas anyone? I live in Cairns and if it grows in India it should grow here.
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