Update from 2015: The color seems a little off in these photos…maybe it was taken during the “golden hour” because this plant isn’t as orange. It’s more magenta-red. Original post from 2014: An update on the progress of this one that I debuted last December. Now that the leaves are maturing, they’re less round than…
Growth Update: Update: Died this year, just like another Gnash Rambler died over the winter 2012/2013.
Growth Update: Late summer I realized I had three of this plant. Not because I had taken cuttings from the previous year, but because I had bought three of them. And they all had tags. Two of the tags actually said, “Roaring Fire,” so I must have missed something in my record keeping. Although beautiful…
One last plant for the season, probably. Don’t know what it is, but I’m pretty sure I don’t have it.
Growth Update: This one really transformed throughout the growing season. It started out as a small carefree type with yellow interior leaves, almost cream like Buttercream. But as it grew, that color deepened to a light golden yellow with a pinkish blush. Later, it even got small bits of rose interspersed throughout the yellow. Very…
Another clipping from the motel.
With all the plants I have, I’ve found it’s easiest to group them together in like varieties, either by the producer’s trade name or by color, so I know where they are if I need them.
Similar to “Buttercream,” but the centers are more yellow than white. Also, the shape of the leaves are different.