Symphony No. 3

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Enjoy this...

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Kanak, the flowers are amazing. Thank you for recommending this plant for my garden!


Dwarf Ixoras have green leaves. The growth is compact and reaches three feet maximum. The plant grows clusters of star-shaped flowers. I have seen flowers in red, yellow, pink and white.

The plant requires plenty of sunlight and water. It is a tropical flowering evergreen that is native to Southern Asia and China.

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9 comments

  1. that's quite cute, i looks like the flower of a white jasmine :o)

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  2. Ah, the Eroica. Well done, Steph.

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  3. Wow, steph, you have managed to get quite a number of beautiful blooms here. Very good.

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  4. Stephanie,
    Loved the slideshow! What a beautiful plant! How long did it take for it to go from photo one to the last photo? Probably not long in your climate... Cheers!

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  5. Avis, it took about 3 weeks from photo one to the last ;-)

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  6. Ixora will keep growing and flowering with minimum care.... A very nice pink ixora!!

    ~ bangchik

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  7. Beautiful plant! Beautiful music! Beautifully done, Stephanie! Thank you!

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  8. Hi Stephanie, I enjoyed watching all the blossoms open over time. Excellent slideshow!

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  9. Symphony No. 3 - what a beautiful name!

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