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Hold that tiger

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How many times can a tiger change his spots?
Yes it's the same plant in each photo is it because he gets excited being next to Lily or frightened when spider comes along?

Comments (4)

  1. Grower

    Jeremy Wright

    Ha! Nothing shy about those tigers Jim.

    Am I right in thinking you've got 'Aurea' (yellow), 'Speciosa' (Red), 'Lilacea' (purple) and 'Alba' (white).

    They give a spring-like burst of colour and exotic interest to the late summer/early autumn garden.

    We'd love to use them in the Plant Finder if you are OK with that, as we're short on T. pavonia images.

  2. Grower

    Jim Edwards

    Your welcome, the flowers only last a day so I have to keep running out with the camera to capture them.
    They are all in the same pot, that's the secret of getting him to change his spots.
    Can't remember where I got the bulbs but obviously received a good mixture, am going to tag each flowering stem so I can label these in the fall.
    Will post more pictures if any more surprises arise

  3. Grower

    Jeremy Wright

    I knew they were short lived, but only a day and in the same pot! Love the idea. You should call them Tiger Pops!

  4. Grower

    Jim Edwards

    Ho Ho tiger pops they be then, this ones flavoured pepper and mustard, too hot for the spider lily next door

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