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Re: more pics posted

Thanks, Theresa.  We must be just beyond it's hardiness range.
The only Bignonia I know is not nearly as showy as that.  
I have just looked it up in a couple of reference books, and one
says "New Jersey south", the other lists it in Delaware - so it
is out of my range.  Shucks!  I'd love to be able to grow it.
In a message dated 4/13/2008 12:16:11 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
macycat3@sbcglobal.net writes:

Hi Auralie-
Is is a
/Bignonia capreolata/ 'Tangerine Beauty' cross vine.  Here's a link with 
more info.


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