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...why you decided on W. florida, rather than W. japonica or W. grandiflora?
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Too be honest Rachy I have known these plants for over 20 years, they were planted up when the site was reclaimed. They are typical of W. florida with arching stems on large shrubs, flowers are pinky/red.
D'oh, you should have said!
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