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Raphiolepis indica (Indian Hawthorn) with Lantana montevidensis blooming and growing through the Indian Hawthorn


Raphiolepis indica (Indian Hawthorn) with Lantana montevidensis blooming and growing through the Indian Hawthorn (Raphiolepis indica (Indian Hawthorn) with Lantana montevidensis)

This is very common. Lantana species are very common and grow wild and weedy in many areas of San Diego, CA. Lantana camara 'Pink' pops up everything in my neighborhood. Photo taken in Old Town, San Diego, CA.



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how big is raphiolepis?

20 Feb, 2013

 

Bik:

This one is a small shrub. However, here in San Diego, CA Raphiolepis indica can become a tree to 25 ft (7.6m) tall.

20 Feb, 2013

bik
Bik
 

ok thanks
I still have mine in a pot of 10 lit

20 Feb, 2013

 

You're welcome.

It'll stay relatively small in a pot.

20 Feb, 2013

 

Its huge...............

20 Feb, 2013

 

Milky:

Which one? LOL! :>)

It actually looks bigger than it really is...

21 Feb, 2013



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