10 responses to “×Halimiocistus wintonensis ‘Merrist Wood Cream’”

  1. mbtoy

    just picked up on this by way of the (incorrectly spelled)mention of the Botany Photo of the Day in my Hardy Plant Group newsletter . . . I’m delighted to have it happening . . .and I like the surrounding information even though a picture speaks a thousand words.

  2. surya

    very beautiful @mind Relaxing photographs

  3. Daniel Mosquin

    mbtoy – if you (or someone else) could send me via email the incorrect spelling of what was mentioned in the Hardy Plant Group newsletter, I might be able to set something up on the web server that immediately forwards the person to the right place so that readers of the newsletter don’t get frustrated. And thanks both for your comments.

  4. shadae

    It`s so beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Terry

    I just began seeing your photos and enjoy them very much. We have a 20 acre nursery in Kent, Washington and am always on the lookout for new plants and trees. Do you also have info as to zone hardiness on these plants? Actually I could probably just look it up myself!
    Thanks for sharing!

  6. linda

    What a magnificent plant…can it be purchased and grown in the New York area???

  7. Grace

    Perfect shot….the background lavander gives life to the color of the center flower

  8. taria06

    this is cool

  9. parthenia

    This image took my breath away when I viewed it. This image is suberb breath taking image

  10. Daniel Mosquin

    Linda, I’m afraid not. I associate them with Mediterranean climates, and true to form, it seems like they can’t take much frost. They’ve survived to -12°C (10.4°F) at UBC, but from what I’ve read, they cannot live beyond 0°F

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