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Getting alittle fresh air

Posted by Lamora 4 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 27, 13 at 15:22

Hi everyone! I know I haven't been on much, but I have been having a hard time with anything these days but getting my knee better, but I do think of all of you often..

anyway, thought I would share some pics of my plants getting some fresh air for a while, hope the overcast stays and the sun don't come out for a while.

This is my Hindu Rope Hoya-- not sure what the white stuff is on this, it is only on these leaves and not spreading to other leaves, and it doesn't come off. Should I just cut the leaves off? or leave it as is? I doesn't seem to be bothering anything for the moment.
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and these are my little ones-- some have new starts, some are just sitting there doing nothing. I keep thinking I am doing something wrong.. but they seem healthy so I guess I am not going to worry much--
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and this is my husbands pride and joy!! (finally talked him into doing this and getting them off the cieling of the bedroom!!)
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(and the truck and rv in the background too-- lol)

Well, I will try to get on more often, post more pictures. (I do have a lot more-- lol)

Hope to see you all soon!
Marjie


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RE: Getting alittle fresh air

Beautiful plants! I love the H. Hindu Rope too! I have 3 pots of it!

It is kinda hard to tell from the picture but it looks just like a leaf sunburn or damage. I've seen that on mine if part of the leaf dies. I'm sure that is why you are not having any other ill affects from it! So in this case, it is Purely cosmetic. If it bothers you then you can remove , but if not leave it. It will probably regrow a new one if you remove it but may take ... Time.

Thanks for sharing your wonderful plants :)


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Everything looks great! That's a great collection you've assembled!


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:) thanks~ I hope they are happy~~ just wish some would flower like they are supposed to.. I am hoping for next year for the hoyas to bloom, should be about that time for them to.. i think. (2 yrs old?)

still don't understand why my Spring Cactus never flowered this Spring. Has me stumped. oh well,, there is always next year :)


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:) thanks~ I hope they are happy~~ just wish some would flower like they are supposed to.. I am hoping for next year for the hoyas to bloom, should be about that time for them to.. i think. (2 yrs old?)

still don't understand why my Spring Cactus never flowered this Spring. Has me stumped. oh well,, there is always next year :)


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:) thanks~ I hope they are happy~~ just wish some would flower like they are supposed to.. I am hoping for next year for the hoyas to bloom, should be about that time for them to.. i think. (2 yrs old?)

still don't understand why my Spring Cactus never flowered this Spring. Has me stumped. oh well,, there is always next year :)


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Yes I would say mine probably bloomed at 2nd year. They still do need fertilizing and They love it outside or atleast southern exposure in my opinion. You do have a beautiful collection :)

-Teisa in TN


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