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Chilean Glory Flower

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Eccremocarpus scaber

A quick growing climber that makes an enchanting lacy curtain with its bipinnate leaves, tiny curling tendrils, and continual clusters of 1" yellowy-orange tubular blooms. Hummingbirds love the blooms. Grow this close to your house so you can watch them, and follow the flowers as they form, open, and then produce the interesting pudgy seed pods. This is wonderful for screening or shading a porch. 14-60 days germ. time on these so be patient. 25 seeds

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Tried these seeds 5 consecutive years. They would always germinate (slowly) but eventually die . . . sometimes in their seed pot and sometimes after transplanting. Last spring, the weakest seedling was the only one not to die (oddly). It lived with two tiny leaves (the size of small pin heads) for 7 months. Never seemed to grow. My wife wanted me to toss it. I hung on. Then, after about 7 months (by now it is Fall), it started to grow. Slowly at first, then more and more rapidly. This past May (late April, early May) I moved it to the garden. In no time it started to grow like crazy. I mean really fast. Today (May 30), I noticed what appears to be flower buds. Regardless of whether these are the first buds, this thing is growing aggressively, so I am finally declaring success. Have tremendous patience.