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Hawaiian torch 7 years 1 month ago #161

gday again this tree was given to me as a stick it had no foliage what so ever
it has been nurtured back with a stong feeding program and new soil every month to keep it fresh just letting it sit for a bit so it will grow a bit bigger and will also add some bending to it
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Re: Hawaiian torch 7 years 1 month ago #166

Wow, I've never seen this species before, it has great, beautiful flowers! I see you take good care of it, if it just was a stick and now there are so many leaves and even flowers on it, good work. Will you post more pictures of this one in the future?

Thanks for publishing! :)
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Re: Hawaiian torch 7 years 1 month ago #168

gday youri
i will keep posting pictures so it cn get everyone into the mood of getting on here nd seeing what others have got to offer here in australia
we have got a good range of tree's to show i will keep you updated
cheers dean
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Re: Hawaiian torch 7 years 1 month ago #172

Cool, looking forward to that too Dean!
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Re: Hawaiian torch 6 years 10 months ago #620

Hi Dean,

Wow! This is so beautiful! Do you know what the common and/or botanical name is for this plant? The flowers are exquisite and the leaves so dainty! It's hard to imagine this as just a stick...well done! How is it progressing? Would luv to see some new photos, please. ;) Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Hawaiian torch 6 years 10 months ago #627

Hi Leslie,

This would be a bougainville; do a quick search on the internet. They family consists of some 15 species, all of which are shrub-like with a tendency to climb.
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Re: Hawaiian torch 6 years 9 months ago #925

hi all it is winter here so not much going on with the boug now and @ leslie it is a hawian tourch bouganvillia it is a dwafe style and has no thorns
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