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  1. Blake09

    Blake09 Active Member

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    Everyone who is in small space gardener can post pictures here if they want:
     
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    There we go! It took awhile!!

    I think there is a few hoya leaves in there too. They were on the soil of another plant so I just stuck them in.
     

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    Heres my spider plant "that blue thing is an aqua globe":
     

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    Now THAT is a nice plant! How do you find the Aqua Globe works? I bought those for my mother-in-law but I think they overwater.
     
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    They keep the soil damp "perfect for spider plants" I have to refil it up 1 time a week but if the plant is really thirstey then I have to fill it up more. + they are really pretty.
     
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    Here is my gold dust " i know that it is going to be pruned i am going to do it in the summer" "we are remolding the back {see the bags?}" the rest of the pictures are flowers that I grow, and some vegtables that I grow. :
     

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    You'll have to tell me what kind of flowers they are. "S.C,U.S.A" Is that maybe South Carolina? What kind of climate is there? I'm sure I couldn't grow that Gold Dust here.
     
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    Yes that means South Carolina
     
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    Those purple and pink flowers wewe some seeds that I had in a bag so I do not know what type they are, The big flower "with the big stem in the middle" I quite cant seem to think of the name at this moment, The one with the wite looking flower I had found at lows on discount for $2.00 overall these are flowers that I dont really know.
     
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    you could alwayse try
     
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    Thank goodness to "small space gardener" where are the rest of us!??? I am definitely going to try! I am so jealous of you guy's (USA) growing seasons! Saskatchewan is so damn cold!! I used to be from B.C. before my growing season. One day I'll make it back there! Until then I'll have to figure out the troopers like me!!!
     
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    I have hundreds more!!!
     
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    ummm... no that is not my company, that is just a really good site that I like to buy seeds from. :)
     
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    Oh, ok Blake
    Thanks
     
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    The first pic. is of the babby spider plant That I was talking about earlier. the rest are of succlents.the second pic. is of a fairy casel caci. the rest of the pictures are plants That I dont know their name, I would like to know their name If aney body knew. :)
     

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    I have a Cacti book Blake,

    Nothing to resemble your plants -soz!
     
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    Lets see the flowers when they arrive Blake *grin
     
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    I will defanally show them when it blooms, you don't have to worry on that :)
     
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    Good,

    Looking forward to those flowers.

    I finally got a shot of a palm tree I want and I know it grows well here but I still have 37 shots left on my non digital camera...boo hoo!

    lololol
     
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    Nice pics Blake,
    The annual flowers in your first group are Petunias, the smaller pink flowers Begonia I'm pretty sure. the yellow cactus is a grafted Gymnocalcium.
    Nice range of plants :}
     
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    Yes they are. I have no idea why they end up like that. There seems to be a mixture with Begonia on the same stem, some are full doubles then you get the singles which I always find annoying lol

    Image is a free one from Wiki.

    Location: Berlin ;Time: October 2005
    Credit for the image: User:BotBln {{GFDL}})
     

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    verry pretty.. ;)
     

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