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Started by ajhock, May 09, 2015, 17:36:45 PM
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My limited search says Cape Honeysuckle, which is a tropical plant. This was in Pisgah, next to a trout stream. The bush/tree was about 6-7' tall. The webs say it should be in zones 9-11 and maybe 8. This one was in zone 6a. Is it something else?
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Looks like Flame Azalea to me fam
It's a flame azalea
Yeah, that looks right. I have never noticed the bright orange flowers. Thanks.
Flame Azalea is correct. Yellows, oranges, reds.
Get some Wood
What a goober. Good for her.
Quote from: Big J on July 02, 2015, 15:14:49 PMhttp://www.wset.com/story/29458390/rare-century-plant-begins-bloom-outside-lynchburg-home
Quote from: JMiller on October 07, 2015, 19:02:22 PM
I agree. Burr (Bur) Oaks should not be in the Boss's neck-of-the-woods.
Sawtooth for the win.
The strands on the cap are finer and more completely cover the nut on a Burr Oak.