Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (Brunfelsia)

Bev Pascoe

Drouin, Australia

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This plant is also known as “Kiss me Quick” because on the first day the flowers are purple, the second day they are mauve and the third day white.
I have had this plant growing in my hothouse for a number of years as they are very front tender.

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