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What's in Bloom at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates?

Name those Plants – Win a Plant!

Posted by Edison Ford Winter Estates On January 25th

Win this hanging basket of gazania by being the first to correctly identify eight of the plants featured in yesterday’s What’s Blooming post.  Number and write your answers as a comment to this blog post below. Include the common name and the genus in your answer.

We’ll check the comments at least once daily and the comments will be hidden until someone correctly guesses all eight.   Click on the picture for a larger image.  If no one gets all eight, the person with the highest number correct will win!  Contest ends Friday, Jan 28 at noon.  Prizes cannot be shipped. Good luck!

Jan 28 update: we have a winner!

The correct answers are below and the reader with the most correct answers is listed in the comments section.

1  Giant dioon, dioon spinulosum

We made this one easy – you could read the plant’s name in the lower right corner when you enlarged the photo!

2  Pink ball, Dombeya x cayeuxii

Another easy one – this was posted Jan 11!

3  Red powderpuff, Calliandra haematocephala

4  ixora, ixora sp.

5  Papaya, Carica papaya

6 mango, mangifera indica

A wide shot of this was posted on Jan 21!

7 cherries jubilee allamanda, allamanda cathartica

Another easy one if you’re a regular reader of our blog – this was featured as a “Name that Plant” in September.

8  Calomondin, ×Citrofortunella microcarpa

2 Responses

  1. Edison & Ford Winter Estates Says:

    Answers should be submitted like this: 1) Banana, genus Musa 2) Banyan, genus Ficus, etc. Obviously these are not the correct answers, but you get the idea! Good luck! 🙂

    Posted on January 25th, 2011 at 3:35 pm

  2. David Parker Says:

    1) Giant Dioon, genus Dioon
    2)Dombeya, genus Dombeya
    3)Powder Puff, genus Calliandra
    4)Ixora, genus Ixora
    5)Papayas, genus Canca
    6)Mango, genus Mangifera
    7)Pink Allamanda, genus Allamanda
    8)Calamondin, genus Citrus

    Posted on January 28th, 2011 at 11:50 am

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