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comments (3) October 18th, 2013 in gallery
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red flowers in a hedge about 60cm high



posted in: The Gallery, red tubular flowers

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PixelRice writes: Haha, so cute! We have these in our greenhouse - the common name for them is Dolphin Flower. Posted: 5:08 pm on January 17th
GinkgoNW writes: I believe you are looking at something in the Zauschneria, or California Fushia family. They are drought tolerant and real hummingbird magnets. They are quite hardy and some varieties can become hedges planted in rows and trimmed. Posted: 4:32 pm on January 3rd
diane40 writes: It looks like a honeysuckle flower Posted: 10:58 am on October 24th
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