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Which of your plants flushed first?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Craig, Oct 28, 2016.

  1. Craig

    Craig Member

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    Thought I'd ask the question and see what plants flushed first for you guys.

    In East London, it was our altensteinii. Local plant, but also a quicker growing green leafed specie.

    It would be interesting to see if location or specie makes more of a difference here.
     
  2. Andre Meintjes

    Andre Meintjes New Member

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    Princeps in Pretoria
     
  3. millies

    millies Well-Known Member

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    My ferox didnt stop flushing throughout the winter.
    my Arenaruis was the first one for this season
    Willie
     
  4. Charles Fevrier

    Charles Fevrier Well-Known Member

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    Caffer and Longifolius. I am in Mosselbay
     
  5. Craig

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    Eastern Cape plants seem to be enthusiastic, regardless of where they are.

    Willie, you ferox must be in a microclimate :blush:
     
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    Charles Fevrier Well-Known Member

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    My Latti seedling and Alti also flushing now but they were not the first
     
  7. millies

    millies Well-Known Member

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    Longifoluis blue and green, lehmanii, Munchii, whitelockii, Pterogonus, Concinnus, Schaijesii,
    wake up this morning surprised to see some more flushes
     
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    Millies have you a pic of your pterogonus as have a couple here in nz and want to see if they are correct.They are about 30cm and old for nz.First plants flushing here for me are trispinosus
     
  9. millies

    millies Well-Known Member

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    Gary
    Will post some pics
    also have Arenaruis, Chimanimaniensis, Manikensis, flushing
     
  10. Gary

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    I have small arenaruis here flushing as well but none of my big ones yet also a 20cm kisambo but only a couple of leaves.
     
  11. millies

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    I live for the summer, amazing when you walk through the garden early morning and get all these surprise s
     
  12. Craig

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    Princeps and all it's suckers flushing.

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    My lati and doli seedlings are also flushing now.
     

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