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What kind of plant is this?

comments (1) November 5th, 2012 in gallery
e_eager e_eager, member
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My gardener trims it regularly to give it a nice shape. I noticed that there are some flower buds on it so I started to give it flowering food ( miracle grow) and it started to flower like crazy. lots of people asked me what type of bush is that and I have no idea. So if anyone can give me an tip where to look for - I would be greatfull. Thanks ( may be just a family type so I would know where to start my search)



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Linneaz writes: You don't mention what zone this is in, but check out Mandevilla splendens alba as a possibility. Posted: 4:45 pm on November 5th
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