WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN DECEMBER 19

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  1. wiseowl

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    Correa mannii
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      Amicia @NigelJ - at this time of year? Mine used to flower in autumn - before it died due to a hard winter (and I hadn't taken cuttings)
       
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        @CarolineL I was equally surprised to see it in flower. I only got it in 2018 so that's the first time it's flowered. The stems are more brittle than I expected. Sorry you lost yours, is it easy from cuttings?
         
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          The top growth on my Amicia has been frosted now, so I cut it all down a couple of weeks ago, it did flower in October.:smile:
          Think I've got a small cutting if you are interested @CarolineL
           
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            Thanks @pete - but I am a plant killer, so perhaps I had better wait until I have got my new garden into a better state to give it some TLC before I beg a cutting from you. :)
             
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