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Thunbergia mysorensis

meanie

By Meanie


Thunbergia mysorensis (Thunbergia mysorensis)

No visit to the botanic gardens would be complete without a photo of the seemingly ever blooming Clock Vine.



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very nice,

30 Sep, 2011

 

If only I could house it!

30 Sep, 2011

 

i know how you feel, i was like that with the passion fruit !!

30 Sep, 2011

 

You can see the pain that my visits cause me!!!!

30 Sep, 2011

 

must be a place you could squeeze it in, it's only around 5-6 mtrs tall :-)

30 Sep, 2011

 

Along with the Bomerea, Lapergaria et al!!

30 Sep, 2011

 

i see your point, mind you i've got lapergaria seeds and more bomerea on it's way ... not sure where i'll put it yet!!

30 Sep, 2011

 

I feel your pain :(

30 Sep, 2011

 

I would have thought that Plantaholic at least would have understood!!!

30 Sep, 2011

 

Only to well!!!

30 Sep, 2011

 

So nice...:>)

30 Sep, 2011

 

It's a very reliable bloomer if you fancy giving it a go Motinot!

1 Oct, 2011

 

Looks like a flame!

1 Oct, 2011

 

They're really eye-catching aren't they!

1 Oct, 2011

 

certainly! fits the olympic theme quite well??

1 Oct, 2011

 

Oh lord,,,,,,,,,we have that to look forward to next year!

1 Oct, 2011

 

Never mind, you can hide in your new building or be drawing up the plans!? Rowing won't be so far from you will it? Very near to my sister but she didn't get any tickets!

1 Oct, 2011

 

It's not that I dislike sport, the opposite in fact. But the non stop hype............

1 Oct, 2011

 

I loved athletics at school, I'm hoping to win a ticket to go and see something!
I see your point!

1 Oct, 2011

 

Kew has this plant growing in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.It is a real crowd pleaser.

2 Oct, 2011

 

That I understand - does it bloom for "ever" there too?

2 Oct, 2011

 

Meanie:

This vine blooms all year here in San Diego...like all the other Thunbergia species/varieties.

3 Oct, 2011

 

I am genuinely tempted to try and track one down for the conservatory.

3 Oct, 2011

 

Meanie:

It grows very fast. It only looks good when it has lattice to hand down from (my opinion). This is how it's commonly grown here.

I was temped to get one for my shade structure's lattice roof...but I think it would be too much upkeep. I have a feeling I'd have millions of spider living in it (more than I have, already).

3 Oct, 2011

 

It looks fantastic when it's hanging!

3 Oct, 2011

 

It sure does. :>)

4 Oct, 2011



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