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Re: Zem picture links

Well, Zem, I am prostrate with jealousy....your Clerodendron is so
drop dead lovely...just what I had imagined my plant would look
like...ha!  Mine maybe puts out half a dozen flowers if I'm lucky and
is just starting to do so.  I keep talking to it about woodpiles and
compost heaps but that does not seem to be sinking in to this
plant.....major sigh.  Guess I'll keep mine a few years longer but if
it doesn't start to get its act together....now I know what it's
*supposed* to look like, tomorrow it is going to get another lecture.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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