Post your houseplants here

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7george
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Do you toss Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) away soon after Christmas or you keep these longer, until it is possible?
If your cacti mess in your job just forget about the job.
°C = (°F - 32)/1.8
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One Windowsill wrote: Sat Aug 21, 2021 8:44 pm
jerrytheplater wrote: Sat Aug 21, 2021 2:37 am
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That is the kind of weirdness I like to see people growing. Stunning flowers as well.
That ceramic dish which contained the Utricularia gibba broke over winter. I transplanted the sand/peat mix into a plastic tray and it is outside now, but no sign yet of the Bladderwort. I'm having to wait to see if it comes back. Plenty of flower buds on my early Sarracenia pitcher plants. S. flava is one of the earliest. Brought them in last night as temps went down to 29F and I didn't want to chance it. My Venus Fly Traps are showing very early growth.
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I guess I am not the only one who have a Pilea peperomioides. Came over this and thought I would share it. It seems to be a Norwegian missionary who brought the plant to Europe.

http://www.wildchicken.com/nature/garde ... puzzle.htm
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