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November 14, 2010


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I just got caught up on your last few posts. I know you don't look forward to the snow and cold temperatures, but your pictures of it are so pretty. We saw there is a chance of snow next week and already my girls are going crazy with hope that it might actually happen this year.
I love your idea of the plant in the birdcage! I'll be enjoying all your indoor blooms this winter since I have very few houseplants.


I love the pink bloom on that African violet.
I have an orchid place near us in SC....thinking about checking it out. There are so many pretty orchids, I don't think I could chose.


Thank you for sharing all of these images from your greenhouse. I especially love the second Black Panther African violet shot!


Wow you have an abudant amount of blooms to look forward to indoors! :)


I can understand why you are obsessed with Amarylis I would be if I had your winters. I have been trying to get a Streptocarpus for weeks but they seem to have vanished round here


Kathleen, I love your indoor blooms~Keep them coming! ~and, don't worry that we think you're showing them 'again'! We aren't! Btw, ~I show PPPP and the Susans over and over! xxgail


I love the way you've displayed your lofo in the birdcage. What a great idea.
I bought this plant for the first time this past summer and it bloomed well all season (loved it!). I've cut it back now and it's resting, with no blooms in sight. Hope it produces some during the winter to brighten things up.
The pink A. Violet is so beautiful. Wish I could get them to bloom well for me but I have very little luck with them.
I love the Streptocarpus too. What a gorgeous color!
You do so well with house plants. They must love your bathroom. Ours is tiny, unfortunately.

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