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PostSubject: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 4:26 pm

So I recently realized that there is a garden subforum.. I was actually going to request that there should be one kind of like that craftsy people thread lol.

But here is my stuff. Very Happy

Here is my Warnekii/ Dragon Plant
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My stargazers, I am very proud of them.
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One of my roses last year
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When I first got my Pothos (though it was a Phylodendren for a while ) it is in a pot with soil now though... I need to update my pictures... I really don't take much photos of my plants.. I guess I just enjoy looking at them so much that I don't realize to photograph them if that makes sense.
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I have a lot of other stuff too.. Like some 60 year old hostas, I will take pictures of them for you guys when they are in bloom this late summer! So wait for that!

I left my camera at my Mom's house ... so I can't really just go take pictures of all my other house plants, so I promise when I get it back, I will update this!!!!!
But I can tell you what I have hehe

I have started the fun process of keeping Lucky Bamboo.
I have a Money tree.
Croton, it is sooooo pretty!
I have an Anita, it is in the Draceana family, and is considered in the lily catagory, but I don't think it blooms... it is more like a tree.
My mom gave me this new start that I have no idea what it is, but she says it gets huge... I have to ID it so I know how to take care of it! lol.
I have a Christmas Cactus Very Happy
But yeah, I promise as soon as I can, I will give you guys some photos!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 8:11 pm

Nice pics Lucy! Those stargazers will multiply like crazy !!! I have some in a large pot and anything that is around wherever I set the pot, starts to grow the stargazers...wind must blow their seeds around or something.

I'm gonna start my gardening thread later on...for now I put the canyon pic you asked to see in Mishkas scrapbook
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PostSubject: Re: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 8:50 pm

I love the stargazers. This will be year 4 with them. I started out with only 4... last year I had 8, and they started blooming multiples on one plant. So far this year, I have seen 7 starting to say hi from the ground... I wonder how many more are going to come along? Or maybe I don't see some because of the woodchips lol. When I first got them I read that if you don't trim their foliage down, they will seed and multiply and spread. Which is exactly what I want right now... but once they take over, I imagine I may trim them back haha.
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PostSubject: Re: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 8:57 pm

I trim the foilage down Lucy (cuz mine start looking all yellow and brown and ugly) and I STILL get seedlings, LOL. I pull out where I dont want them and keep the ones where I do Smile Mine also get aphids really bad when theyre done blooming, they get sticky.

I look forward to your updates!
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PostSubject: Re: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 9:09 pm

Maybe the bulbs are spreading? I think that happens too lol. Kinda like daffodils or tulips ... btw my Daffodils are in full bloom right now! I wish I could take a photo Sad By the time I get my cam back they will be gone.

I re-read what you said, there are some that pop up near by the area, that have nothing to do with the primary pot they are in... maybe they are spreading while still flowering?
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PostSubject: Re: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 9:22 pm

Exactly Lucy, while some flowers are dying out, others are just blooming so the seeds are probably dropping. Here is a pic of mine (so u kinda have an idea of what Im talking about), they are in that large "clay" pot, theyre just now starting to bloom, these will probly be dropping seeds while the rest of the plant goes thru its blooming period. When I start my gardening posts, you will notice I have these in the ground in the front yard and thats cuz thats where I used to have this pot, LOL

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PostSubject: Re: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 9:25 pm

Wow. That looks like a little paradise garden <3 ! I am in love with that bushy thing in the bottom right! What is that?
And if you say some sort of Aloe Vera... (Kind of what it looks like maybe) That is GIGANTIC!
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PostSubject: Re: Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook.   Lucy's (Lillith87) garden scrapbook. EmptySun Apr 19, 2015 9:50 pm

No, LOL, its not Aloe Vera (I seriously dislike succulet plants and those kind of plantings are becoming more and more the norm here cuz of droughts Sad ) anyways, that bush thing is a species of Asparagus Fern...I like these ones though cuz theyre not so invasive. in the bench planters are red salvias, white alyssum, some kind of grass (ornamental) I bought for Malukhai and Anuschkas fountain memorial (I didnt like the planters there anymore so I moved them here) ground cover is pink rosea, and there are taller red salvias on either side of the bench Smile
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