Could also be Rosie O'Grady.
The first two photos look like a different plant from the rest.
Looks like a nice Norma.
This is horrible news. I'm so sorry for Jerry and his family. They will be in my prayers over the coming weeks. Brenda was one of the kindest...
Happy belated 35th birthday!!
No idea who he was but just a note on the plant name. There is no blotched AB Cartledge. The blotched one is the only one. The uglier one...
Bren, sounds like a plan :)
I have two plants at home not listed in the Wiki. One is Colonel Wilma Bullock and the other is just Bob...........
Phil, thanks for hosting another great meeting. It was great seeing everyone again after a long hiatus.
I hope to be there after a long absence.
Anne Rutherford is looking good.
It's so cool the Finest Unknown is getting out there.:) I'll have another air layer ready in a month or two.
Nice plant. I lost mine to a terrible spider mite/mealy bug infestation last spring. It's definitely on my wish list.
Still looking for....
There's only one Cornelius............Soooooul Train!
36F here with no damage to speak of other than the narrow leaf varieties which drop leaves in December every year.
I got down to 36F last Friday morning. No leaf drop from this event that hadn't already been triggered by the long, cool winter we've had up...
I had 49F here on Sunday morning. Typically, I'm a degree or 2 warmer than Tampa's official airport reading.
Phil, the AO looks very negative...
It doesn't seem to mind the tree. In fact, there seems to be a nice "agreement" between the two plants.
Keep Super California in a container. It's in the running for wimpiest croton around. It will start defoliating below 45F.
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