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My plants :) (pictures)

Posted by flower.baby southern oregon (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 18, 13 at 14:28

This is about half of my plants, the rest haven't been moved yet.
This is the first time I have been able to share pics since I'm usually on my phone.
Enjoy!

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Sorry they all ended up sideways :(


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RE: My plants :) (pictures)

beautiful collection! whats your long epiphyllums name?


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  • Posted by marric Z5a Ontario (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 19, 13 at 8:39

Do you know the name of the first plant, the hoya? I've never seen one with heart shaped leaves before.


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Great collection you have. All look happy and healthy.
K


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Lovely plants!
I am also curious about your epiphyllums. One of them definitely looks night blooming to me (the one with thinner, wavy leaves). What colors are the blooms on those others?

Lots of hoya! Or at least....i'm thinking they are. Do you know the names of them? I'm anxious to look up what kind of flowers they get.lol

Hopefully you will have the oppourtunity to share some pics of beautiful blooms with us :)

marric,
I think it's hoya kerrii to me, it's the only one I'm aware of with heart shaped leaves.


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Thanks everyone, the first plant is a Hoya "kerrii"

The epiphyllums- one is a night blooming cereus with white blooms, the other large hangin one is an unknown color, I got it at an estate sale. And the 2 smaller ones on the ground by the jades have red blooms. They are my moms which she got from my grandma, and they are not doing very well.

Here are the names of the plants in order:

Hoya kerrii
Hindu rope Hoya
Hoya latifolia (dinner plate Hoya)
Hoya obovata (regular and verrigated in same pot)
Plain old hoya from my grandma (my favorite)
Pony tail palms
Jades
Orchid cactus/ epiphyllum unknown color
Night blooming cereus
Curly lipstick and curly spider in same picture
Ric rac cactus (epiphyllum)
Begonia "flamingo queen"
Begonia "wightii"
Easter cactus with red flowers
Pregnant onion starts
Begonia pavonina "peacock begonia" in terrarium
Pitcher plant /monkey cups


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Beautiful plants you must live where it is warm all year.


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Excellent plant porn, thanks for sharing! How long have you had the ponytail palms? Love the little white pyramid cabinet. Can't see what's hiding in there though...


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LOL to plant porn! That's too funny.

1 ponytail palm is 2 years old, and one is 7 years old.

The terrarium I found at Ross, and there is a begonia "pavonina" in it :)


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Jealous! Especially of your epis but especially of your heart leaf FLOWERING Hoya


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