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Daily Archives: November 4, 2020

Nymphaea ‘Carla’s Sonshine’

Nymphaea 'Carla's Sonshine'

No, it is not spelled wrong. Correct spelling is Sonshine. I noticed Google show results for Sunshine. This plant was named through a fundraising event. Greg Winstock was the winner of the bid. He named it after his wife and sons. Nymphaea ‘Carla’s Sonshine’ is a tropical waterlily. It has yellow flowers. It was hybridized in 2001 by Florida Aquatic Nurseries. One of its parents is Nymphaea ‘Trail Blazers’. The ...

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Pittosporum tobira

Pittosporum tobira

Pittosporum tobira is also known as Australian Laurel, Japanese Pittosporum, Japanese Mock Orange, or Japanese Cheesewood. It is native to Japan. Pittosporaceae family of plants. Pittosporum tobira is a slow-growing evergreen shrub. Pittosporum tobira is a hardy plant and drought-tolerant. Pittosporum tobira Its foliage is obovate, dark green, leathery, and glossy. It flowers with terminal clusters or umbels of five-petal white flowers, which later turns yellow. They are fragrant and ...

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