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Pink Cineraria. by Firey-Sunset Pink Cineraria. by Firey-Sunset
Pink Cineraria at Roma Street Parklands.

Brisbane S.E. Queensland Australia.


















Thank You For Looking, And For Any Favourites.
I am sorry I do not have the time to reply to them all..
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Rebacan Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2009
Gorgeous. Do they pop open quickly? Do the flowers last very long?
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Firey-Sunset Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2009
Thanks so much Rebecca :iconsnuzzleplz:

No they don't and yes they do last awhile in the colder climates
They come in so many colours they are also a perennial down south
Up here in the north we would only grow them as annuals, I have not as yet

If you want to see fifteen different colours click on this [link] I put them on the garden forum I am on..
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Rebacan Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2009
That's a nice site for gardeners. Thank you for the lovely colour show. :D
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Firey-Sunset Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2009
My pleasure Rebecca ..
No time for putting them all on here :no:
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Firey-Sunset Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2009
Sorry I forgot to :iconthankuplz:
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