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Name the plant

Natasha
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Re: Name the plant

Hi @Alicia

 

I believe that plant is called 'Redhot Poker'. My grandmother use to grow alot of these in her garden :smile:

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CathD
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Re: Name the plant

Yes, red hot poker (kniphofia) is correct. They are beautiful and come from South Africa.

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bergs
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Re: Name the plant

image.jpegThis a beautiful plant of which there are many varieties, can you name it?

 

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Isobel
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Re: Name the plant

Is it a lily @bergs? It is very beautiful. From your garden?

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3012paul
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Absolutely spot on it is a Westringia !

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Jason
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Re: Name the plant

Thanks for joining in the discussion @3012paul.

 

Let me also extend a very warm welcome to the Workshop community. It's great to have you join us. I'm looking forward to reading about your projects and plans.

 

Jason

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Janina_G
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Hi, 

love the plant and doing a search to find where I can buy one and all I am getting are hedges,  some with flower but nothing like the one you have whiich is gorgeous.

 

Any other name?  so I can buy one?    TU

 

Janina

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bergs
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Re: Name the plant

It's not a Lily or Westringia.

It's an Eremophila or commonly known as Emu bush and there are many varieties.  

I have four different varieties. They are more successful in temperate areas if you can get grafted plants.

 

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Janina_G
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Re: Name the plant

Thanks,

 

That looks more like it....  will see if I can find some.  unless you are selling any?

 

Blesssings

 

Janina

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Rhonda
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It looks like it may be a pumpkin.

 
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