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RE: mandevilla

Hum... I only tend to see red and pink ones around here, but can't say that
I really look for them.

Ooh passion vines! I love them....can't wait to see the pictures- when
someone finally figures out what my email address of the day is -  LOL!


> -----Original Message-----
> Cuttings Donna.  But it is a slow process.  I have a few dozen growing on
> now and two other varieties as well.  One is a solid yellow and the other
> is
> white.  I also have three varieties of passion flowers growing and a
> couple
> with really unbelievable colors.  I think they look like sea urchins.  I
> have them growing in three gallon cans up trellis's.  When they start to
> bloom I'll take pictures and I promise to screw up sending them to
> everybody.  : )
> David
> http://www.atouchofthetropics.net

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