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Carol's plant

Hello All,

Well it appears some people can get picture attachments through from the St
Johns Listserv software - Mimy did at least. Presumably some of you didn't
get a copy of the picture of "P. peliniflorum" in the List mail, as I
didn't, so I have still put the picture up on the IGS Robin Information
Site, for you to look at

My opinion. If into doesn't smell of Ginger or Lime, but does smell of
lemon, albeit not the Sherbet lemon of 'Lemon Fancy', 'Frensham' and the P.
crispums - it could be "Citriodorum" (which is not a species) or 'Queen of
Lemons'. From what I remember the flowers of 'Torento' ('Ginger' in the
USA), "Nervosum" ('Lime', 'Sweet Lime') and "Citriodorum"/'Queen of Lemons'
are quite similar and look like the flower in the photograph. However there
are one or two Angels ("Decoratives") that have a flower somewhat similar
and would possibly fit the slight scent description better. Cindi, does it
seem familiar?


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