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JIBBIE49 Posts: 63,040
5/24/13 7:48 P

I don't know about that, but I do a GOOGLE search on what I'm looking for and find most things. I always click on IMAGES and that leads to a lot of help. Probably would show the tree.

Also, might be help in a Spark TEAM that does flowers. Try it in the Search under COMMUNITY on the tool bar.

MILLIFRED Posts: 672
5/23/13 7:10 A

My daughter has this beautiful tree with flowers that look like red/orange carnations all over it; it's about 10 feet tall. Having never seen this before I decided to try to start one from a hardwood cutting. I dipped the cutting in hormone powder, put it in a bucket of dirt and set it in a sheltered place. Any suggestions to make this successful? I can easily take extra cuttings with no harm to the tree as it has lots of little branches coming off low down where they won't be noticed. We live in Zone 7b. Also any idea what this tree might be?

Millie, NW Arkansas in Central time zone

I am the bread of life;
John 6:48
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