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Show us your House Plants in bloom 2019.

Discussion in 'Other Plants' started by roders, Jan 14, 2019 at 7:17 PM.

  1. roders

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    Narcissus Paperwhite.

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    • pete

      pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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      Yes Pete they fill the house with fragrance.:spinning:
       
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        A second stem on this Amaryllis and it is very full..................
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          We have a display of orchids in the lounge all year round, they get changed with others "resting," on a kitchen windowsill.

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          We've had this little tree for about ten years, it's very slow growing. It was on the landing of the stairs but was getting a bit too big.

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          These replaced it, they're artificial, but you have to touch them to realise they are.

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          These are our "hanging baskets" in the hall. Twenty years ago I drilled three holes in two ceramic pots so they could be suspended on chains from the ceiling at the top of the stairs. I put noggins between the rafters in the loft to take the weight.


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