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Cobaea (Cobaea scandens (Cup and saucer plant))

And still it continues!!



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Wow! Amazing andbeautiful to see. Wonder if it will survive...they are perennials in warm places.

8 Jan, 2019

 

How nice to have this flowering still. I hope it survives and comes again later in the year for you.

8 Jan, 2019

 

Amazing, I've still got the odd flower on an Eccremocarpus.

9 Jan, 2019

 

It has been a very peculiar winter, hasn't it, had a heavy frost last night!

9 Jan, 2019

 

We saw about a dozen flakes of snow yesterday morning. I'm hoping that's all we see this winter....

10 Jan, 2019

 

So far our winter has been milder than usual, Even the birds think it's Spring already, and the local Sparrows are chasing each other. This is a lovely flower DD. Apart from the small cyclamen and a few snowdrops we have nothing flowering in our small garden.

10 Jan, 2019

 

Gosh that's amazing I must get some seed this year ....

10 Jan, 2019

 

Amazing to see this growing outside. I grew it once in a greenhouse, the flowers used to drop off after they turned purple.

14 Jan, 2019



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