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BLOSSOMBUDDY wrote:
Sally, do show us your african violets! They sound awesome. I tried doing them once and did not have the green thumb for them. That was in our old farm house. Maybe one day I will try again. But right now.. too many other plants going on. I am going to try to winter over some of my wax begonias and coleus as houseplants this year, but I am not sure what kind of luck I am gonna have in the livingroom!. I also have spider plants and baby sunroses and christmas cactus in baskets that I hope I can salvage througe to the spring!

My daylilies are what does the best here in my lil flood plain! I have been collecting them and trading them for 20 some odd years! I am afraid it is a serious addiction!

I need to get back the my GPS and do some divides. Pop in on my thread there if you have the time. We are on part 4!


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