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Re: Pardanthopsis dichotoma

>Quite an unusual flower.  I have never seen this one
>before.  Is this one grown in pots in your area?  Bet
>this would look nice in the sunroom!

Nope...it grows right in the ground next to my TBs and some hollyhocks.
The foliage is really low to the ground (under 1 ft.) but the bloom stalks
are 3 ft. tall and heavily branched.  Each flower only lasts for a day.  To
me the flowers smell like a combination of cloves and black licorice...
strange but nice.

Dennis Kramb; dkramb@badbear.com
Cincinnati, Ohio USA; USDA Zone 6

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