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|Thank you, I am in zone is 9a. Here are some of the Thai babies. It is hard to see but the leaves are shiny and waxy. There are about a dozen more still too tiny to photograph. One of my friends just potted all hers in one pot for a mass of color. I may do some of that as we live on a sea island and I am trying to limit the number of my containers due to sometimes having to haul everything inside if a storm approaches. I say that every year and still the number of pots seems to multiply. :-)
Kat's container is gorgeous like all her's are. I may copy her and stick a couple in existing containers but I am not sure on their sun/shade/water needs yet.
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