Jinny Lind…One of my favorites

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  • #197794
    xeriscape8321

    This heat loving brug never ceases to amaze me with her huge flushes…this morning was no exception…..

    Jinny Lind is one of my long time survivors. The mother plant caught some sort of trunk rot but i was able to save the top part of  the plant….that had to be 7 or 8 years ago…she is still going strong!!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    #197793
    brugsinCR

      :blow:  

    #197795
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    Patricia Watson

    Absolutely gorgeous!

    #197809
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    Alvin

    I agree.  A Very worthy cultivar !

    #197812
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    ShaunQ

    this one looks similar to Monika’s Meroo Rubin having a great corolla wall and nice long petal tips both being pink

    great looking plant and your looks do good in full bloom 

    #197814
    xeriscape8321

    She gets much darker in the cooler weather…here is a picture of her in the cooler months of 2014…..Many of my pinks show striking differences in depth of color from cool to hot weather…we don’t get warm…its one extreme or another here

     

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    #197823
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    Alvin

    Here too.  She gets darker in the cooler weather.  This is the end of September – right about time to come indoors for the winter.

     

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    #197828
    xeriscape8321

    Ain’t she a beauty Al?

    #197840
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    Alvin

    A serious beauty!  And so fragrant too.  I adore the pointy twangers.   Also she’s an easy-keeper.   Grows well, roots well, blooms well.  What’s not to love?

    #197845
    xeriscape8321

    Al, you hit the nail on the head. She is what I consider a new generation hybrid that has acquired all the good genes from the parents….Ecuador pink being one of the brugs in its lineage

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