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Acrocarpus fraxinifolius(pink cedar) blushing


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#1 drzoidberg1

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 03:22 PM

Showing red all over, it has been blooming for about a week now. Looks great with the new red leaves and the hanging blooms.

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#2 fastfeat

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Posted 23 February 2012 - 07:41 AM

Jason--

Is that the one you've been getting all your seed from?

Ever get any Rauvolfia samarensis pics?
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Posted 24 February 2012 - 11:31 AM

Showing red all over, it has been blooming for about a week now. Looks great with the new red leaves and the hanging blooms.

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 001 640x480.jpg

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 002 640x480.jpg

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 003 640x480.jpg


It's very beautiful! I always enjoy seeing the very large 70+ foot tree in Balboa Park (by the international houses) bloom.
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#4 Urban Rainforest

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Posted 24 February 2012 - 08:50 PM


Showing red all over, it has been blooming for about a week now. Looks great with the new red leaves and the hanging blooms.

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 001 640x480.jpg

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 002 640x480.jpg

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 003 640x480.jpg


It's very beautiful! I always enjoy seeing the very large 70+ foot tree in Balboa Park (by the international houses) bloom.


Theres an even taller one at the San Diego zoo and the one at San Diego botanical garden is blowing up nicely. There is one still that I planted at our first house and one at my parents but sadly I did'nt plant one at my house I live at now :( . One of my favorite trees for sure!

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Posted 24 February 2012 - 11:00 PM



Showing red all over, it has been blooming for about a week now. Looks great with the new red leaves and the hanging blooms.

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 001 640x480.jpg

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 002 640x480.jpg

36 in box Acrocarpus f. 2-22-12 003 640x480.jpg


It's very beautiful! I always enjoy seeing the very large 70+ foot tree in Balboa Park (by the international houses) bloom.


Theres an even taller one at the San Diego zoo and the one at San Diego botanical garden is blowing up nicely. There is one still that I planted at our first house and one at my parents but sadly I did'nt plant one at my house I live at now :( . One of my favorite trees for sure!

Stevo


Yes, I've seen the many, very tall trees at the San Diego Zoo...they're very impressive.
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#6 drzoidberg1

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 08:24 AM

I've got about 80 15 gallons that I grew from seed from the tree I posted. They germinate very easily and grow FAST!! Already about 5 ft in 1 1/2-2 years.
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