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Re: Mystery fans

Could well be, Jim.  When I first saw the picture of the bloom (before  the 
plant), I thought too that it was a Ceropegia...the bloom is very much like  
that of the "Parachute" Ceropegias.   When I saw the picture of the  plant 
though, it is exactly like the Dischidia ruscifolia I have.   Mine hasn't bloomed, 
so no idea about the bloom.  Please do let me know  what you find out.  Who 
knows, perhaps my plant was mismarked when I got  it......guess I'll have to 
wait till it blooms to see which it is.  Either  way I won't be unhappy.....I 
like both genus.  
Really good Ceropegia site:  _http://sagereynolds.com/cero/cedex.htm_ 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 8/26/2006 11:02:18 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Thanks, Noreen, but I've come to suspect it's a Ceropegia species.  I've 
sent a photo to a person who has a large collection of  Ceropegias--and, 
incidentally, a collection of Dischidias--and asked for  an ID. I'll let 
you when [if] I hear.

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