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Re: Pam--Maxicrop

It grows more like a palm, Ceres, than a shade tree. But, yes, white birds as tall as mine are quite common and, yes, they all tend to bloom all the time like mine. The down side, as Ms. Fatma will attest, is that the plant does not shed spent blooms readily and the dead blooms are difficult to lop off, so there is always some trash around the blooms.

The blooms are so fantastic, however, I don't care about the trash; I may be the only person in western civilization who doesn't. I've so been accused of supporting that view.

On Saturday, May 29, 2004, at 10:49 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 5/29/04 5:25:30 AM, jsinger@igc.org writes:

<< It blooms all year, and at the moment has about 10
flowers, all above the roof line of the house. >>

What a show, a Strelitzia shade tree.  Is that  a common sight?

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