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Re: Plumeria/brugs


In a message dated 9/22/05 8:02:03 AM, islandjim1@verizon.net writes:


> Someone at the Brug Society told me once that the only place in the US
> when B. sanguinea will grow decently is coastal Northern California.
> Here's one I photographed at Fort Ross sometime in the 1980s.
> 

Jim, these are all great.   When we stayed at one of the grand old hotels in 
New Orleans 2 yrs ago they had a couple of huge   peach colored burgs loaded 
with blooms in their court yard garden.   Just gorgeous!
     Ceres

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