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Re: Mystery fans.....Ceropegia


Zem, if you are a fan of Hoya, you'll enjoy Ceropegia.  Most are  familiar 
with the common C. woodii (Rosary vine) that has truly insignificant  
flowers....but there are some Ceropegias that really have quite large blooms,  some that 
really look like little parachutes, some with fringes (cilia) to trap  the 
insect once it is caught.  Quite interesting different types of foliage  too, 
most are succulent, some are even shrubs.  Quite an interesting  genus.
Noreen
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
 
In a message dated 8/27/2006 11:02:41 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Thanks  for that cool site, Noreen.  I was completely unaware of Ceropegias  
before now.

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