Re: [AZ] Need help identifying
It is certainly a weigela. They come in red, pink and white shades and
often change colors giving the "variegated" flower effect. The leaves can
also be variegated, but it doesn't look like your plant has variegated
leaves, it is a bit hard to tell.
On Wed, 19 Dec 2012 18:37:34 -0500, Jim Patsy <jimpatsy@...> wrote:
> No azalea here. Could you send close up ? Looks like a Bougainville.
> Nope,Take that back ! Can't quite make out the bloom.
> Where are you ?
> Jim Thornton
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
> Laura Hooper
> Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 12:51 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [AZ] Need help identifying [1 Attachment]
> [Attachment(s) from Laura Hooper included below]
> I was looking around on the internet to try and identify my mother's
> favorite outdoor plant and found your website. She has always said that
> this plant was called a variegated azalea however I haven't been able to
> find any photographs that look similar to this one under that name.
> When I
> found your website I thought you would be the perfect one to ask! I've
> included the best photo I have of the plant in question, if you wouldn't
> mind please take a look and let me know if it is in fact an azalea! She
> moving from the house and I would really like to get her a replacement
> her new home as we aren't able to take the plant with us from our current
> Nope. Thanks so much,