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Oh wow! That sounds interesting Janet!! What a sight!! Thanks!Thanks Ank - it's really beautiful at the moment!!It sure is Dave - it looks wonderful right now! Thanks!
Totally a riot of red, Robyn
Wow, that's a beauty. Never saw it before, thanks
I saw a pic in a gardening magazine one time, Rob and some people had these growing on a roof garden, and they hung down a LOONG way and were like a red curtain. It was fabulous. Cheers, janet ♥ ♥
Toyomi has hers confined to a brick garden bed - so it's sort of limited - which is probably a wise thing by the sounds of it Janet!!! I've never seen yellow or pink ones - they sound interesting though!! I think our recent rain really helped produce this heavy flowering - it's loaded!! Thanks Janet!!!Thanks Floyd - this is only a small portion of the plant too!!!
There sure are a lot ol blossoms on the beautiful plant.Thanks Rob.
This one I have Rob and it's tough! Everywhere it touches the ground, a new little plant forms. Mine have never flowered this well though! Beautiful. I have a yellow one too, but it's nowhere near as vigorous as the red one. There's a pretty pink too. Janet ♥ ♥
It's not really grass-like Beekay - it's stiffer than grass and always leans over from the raised bed it's grown in! It's about 1 metre high I guess. Thanks!Thanks Barb - she's got heaps of plants & loves her garden :))Thanks Nev - this is the most flowers I've seen on it for ages - I guess the recent rain helped boost the flowering!!You probably have Sandy - they're grown in the US - I saw some sites there when I was finding out the name of it! Thanks!
I (think) I have seen these or something similar. Thanks robyn.
That's a real beauty, Rob. Don't think I've seen one before.
There were lots of them in Florida but I don't see them here in the desert, Rob. Thank you for posting this pretty plant. Toyomi grows many different and pretty plants :))))
How tall is it Robyn. Is it a grassy type plant?