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- Saturday, May 16, 2009
My awsome beauty;
Reviewed By: Erma (Houston, Texas)
About four years a friend gave me a pencil size cutting from her plant, the first year I got only about 10 blooms at at time. I cut and started plants for my son and they are now blooming. This year Easter 2009 I had 53 blooms on my 12ft. tree, it was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. It nas 19 blooms now. ej
- Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Reviewed By: Petey (Porterville, TN)
This is my favorite plant. Grows like crazy ,nice foliage and when blooming is just incredible. I grew my first one from a little stick to a 7ft tall tree in one season. They have over 20 flowers at a time, very beautiful and smell good too.
- Saturday, September 27, 2008
Reviewed By: Donna Wachter (Cedar Lake, IN)
I planted this out on my patio this Spring and was not extremely attentive to it, but it continued to grow and look healthy. This fall I was rewarded with buds and my first spectacular trumpet about 10 inches in length. A real stunner of a plant, and really quite tolerant to boot. Many thanks to Gurney's!
- Saturday, August 23, 2008
Great Payoff in Zone 6b
Reviewed By: Christopher Lacy (Fayetteville, AR)
In early March I ordered several of these. The plants came in standard 4 x 4 pots and were about 3 inches tall. After "babying" them for a month inside I put them in the ground. They are all now about 7 feet tall and blooming. A long wait here in Zone 6b, but the rewards are thrilling! Even when not in bloom the huge tropical foliage is a plus for the landscape.
- Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Easy to train
Reviewed By: Randy (Tellico Plains, TN)
The pink trumpets are easy to train as standards for those of you, who live in zones 9 & up. Just choose a leader & keep all side shoots trimmed off --they can get to be 12 to 15 ft. tall.You can also plant any trimmings & get new plants as they are very easy to root.