11 responses to “Dombeya ×cayeuxii”

  1. Rosa

    Hi Daniel, You are very welcome to Jardim da estrela (Garden of the star).

  2. Beverley

    Dombeya x cayeuxii – Z10 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Combeya x cayeuxii – min. 50 degrees F/10 degrees C. – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk

  3. Andreas Philipp

    Thank you very much for this charming picture;the flowers look so very delicate. I have been to Lisboa many years ago, and since then I am dreaming of returning to this beautiful city one day.

  4. Michael F

    A clarification, in case anyone is wondering after following the links – the family Sterculiaceae is now widely treated as part of the family Malvaceae.

  5. shivangi

    its lovely

  6. Daph

    Lovely photo, especially with the dark background, it makes me think of ballerina’s tutus!

  7. Libby

    I live in southern California and saw a Dombeya cayeuxii today. I’d like to know where I can purchase one.
    Thanks.

  8. Xi

    I have been searching for Dombeya in Southern California too and have not found a nursery that carries them. But it might be possible to special order one.
    I don’t know about Cayeuxii specifically, but there is a similar one called Dombeya Wallichii available from SM Growers. A list of retailers that sell their plants is on their website: smgrowers.com. Dombeya Wallichii is also available from glasshouseworks.com.

  9. Steven B

    This variety is also planted in the Jardim Botânico da Ajuda in Lisbon. We saw it today in full bloom.

  10. Vijayakumar

    I would like to introduce myself.I was in S.Africa
    for a plant visit.I was just impressed with the Bombeya’s there.Hope you can recommend me the growers who import these plants to Singapore.We are also buy plants from Australia too.Hope you would responses to my email.
    Regards

  11. Pieter Smit

    Heb deze nu in het echt in Lagos gezien in eerste week van maart.
    Prachtig. Fantastisch!!!!!

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