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Re: Dragon wing begonias

In a message dated 05/18/2004 8:53:32 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> I had an Angel Wing inside that was growing beyond a desirable size but I 
> decided to see how big it would get.  I finally cut it back when it was 
> about 
> my height (which is less than Ms Fatma, shorter than short).

I have an old angel wing that will grow until it reaches the ceiling and then 
bend and grow along the ceiling.  I have never let it grow until it stopped - 
cut it back at least once a year.  In addition to the tall, bamboo-like 
stalks it puts out a lovely canopy of drooping branches, and if I take it outside 
in the summer, will produce large clusters of deep pink blooms.  This is a very 
old plant - grown from a cutting given to me by an old lady about 36 years 
ago. I guess that's not quite right - I'm sure I have renewed the plant from 
cuttings a few times over the years.

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