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December 07, 2014


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It is nice to have indoor plants to see you through the winter isn't it? I have a window ledge packed with cuttings and the ferns I brought in from the porch. I love the tropical oranges and your unnamed amaryllis is just lovely.


Whatever Amaryllis it is - it's beautiful! And lucky you having a Clivia blooming now. I never let mine go dormant - it's inside all year round and usually blooms twice a year. I'm still waiting for the one you gave me to bloom and hoping it does this Spring. Now, let's talk about that incredible Hibiscus!!!!! Where did you find that - It's stunning!

Hope we can get together next week - I'm missing you!


Kathleen, you are not alone! I'm still playing with my holiday decor and! cleaning the garden!
No blooms this December in my house, but all the houseplants, which vacationed outdoors in summer, look great.
I love your pictures - they always touch my heart!

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