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my phormiums are blooming

Sorry if I misspelled Phormiums (New Zealand flax) but they are blooming for
the first time.  My first impression was very ho hum.  The flower stalks and
flowers are basically the same color as the leaves.  However, on looking at
them again and putting my Hibiscus glasses away for the moment they are very
stately looking.  Almost like lobster claw Heliconias.  (Gee, you guys just
made me take out a garden book for the first time in over a year.)  Anyway,
thought I would share!

David Franzman
A Touch of the Tropics

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