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Re: Unidentified plant

Carol Jurd wrote:
> I recently asked whether anyone had ever heard of a plant I bought
> labelled "P pelliniflorum".  I now have a very bad photo of the thing
> which may help in identifying it.  Since this picture was taken it has
> produced another 6-7 flowers.  Flowers are quite large, about as wide
> across as the largest of my single zonals, and are very attractive.
> Thanks
> Carol Jurd
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>  [Image]

Hi Carol,
It looks like a P.crispum or one of its cultivars. Have the leaves a
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