MINIMIS

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Light fixture design and manufacturing.
Made somewhere in Texas.
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Location:
Austin, TX US 
Contact:
Alex Lorenz 
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Address:
1107 S 8TH ST
Austin, TX 78704 
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   Comment   September 8, 2014
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It can be angled, by simply installing the stake at an angle different from perpendicular with the ground. I.e.: if you want the angle to be at 45º, simply insert the stake in the ground at 45º. The head is not adjustable. Thank you for your interest
September 8, 2014 at 3:17PM   
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MINIMIS commented on an ideabook

Great Design Plant: Passiflora Incarnata

Enjoy the amazing flowers and edible fruit of U.S. native Passiflora incarnata (also known as maypop) — the butterflies sure do Full Story
     Comment   September 5, 2014
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We love this plant, but it's not evergreen, and attracts fritillaries, and their caterpillars absolutely lay waste. If you're ok with non-evergreen vines, I'd recommend Corkscrew Vine (vigna caracalla). It's a fast grower (you can almost watch it grow), has beautiful flowers, and is not considered a delicacy by most plant pests. If you like this information, visit our pro page, for the most incredible landscape lights you've ever seen.
September 5, 2014 at 2:08PM     
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Here's an image of Vigna caracalla. Stunning.
September 5, 2014 at 2:11PM     
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Ginny Stibolt
Candie, your best option is to stiff to plants native to your area. This passion vine would need more moisture than your climate offers. Good luck with your landscaping.

Priyaka, thanks for the update on the northern tolerances.
September 10, 2014 at 12:09PM   
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Mary Condreay
We have this growing in our back yard on a trellis . It has beautiful blooms that last just for one day.We do get a variety of butterflies that visit !
September 10, 2014 at 5:59PM     
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