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  2. shiney
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    SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2021

    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
    Sometimes mine flower in January or February
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  3. Marley Farley
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    Gesneriaceae - share you photos, thoughts etc. 2019

    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
    The same faces :)
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  5. longk
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    Show us your houseplants in bloom now

    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
    CLOSEDNEW THREAD. HERE
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  6. longk
    Like x 11

    Show Us Your Houseplants In Bloom 2018

    Christmas Cactus
    Christmas Cactus
    Christmas Cactus
    Christmas Cactus
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  7. strongylodon
    Like x 7

    Show Us Your Houseplants in Bloom now 2020.

    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
    A pair of "Christmas " cacti
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  8. joolz68

    Evergreen perennials

    I bought one from wilkinsons at christmas,its in the GH and still alive,all the established ones in gardens around here are still looking great after the snow :)
    I bought one from wilkinsons at christmas,its in the GH and still alive,all the established ones in gardens around here are still looking great after the snow :)
    I bought one from wilkinsons at christmas,its in the GH and still alive,all the established ones in gardens around here are still looking great after the snow :)
    I bought one from wilkinsons at christmas,its in the GH and still alive,all the established ones in gardens around here are still looking great after the snow :)
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  9. Gail_68

    Hydrangea still fighting cold weather

    Tee hee hee :snorky:
    Tee hee hee :snorky:
    Tee hee hee :snorky:
    Tee hee hee :snorky:
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  10. Gail_68

    OMG what's happening to my new plant???

    I know mate they're a beautiful plant and @Doghouse Riley as a beautiful selection and @martin-f with those lovely pots he brought :)
    I know mate they're a beautiful plant and @Doghouse Riley as a beautiful selection and @martin-f with those lovely pots he brought :)
    I know mate they're a beautiful plant and @Doghouse Riley as a beautiful selection and @martin-f with those lovely pots he brought :)
    I know mate they're a beautiful plant and @Doghouse Riley as a beautiful selection and @martin-f with those lovely pots he brought :)
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    2,715
  11. longk
    Locked

    Gesneriaceae - share you photos, thoughts etc.

    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
    Due to abTech’ problem we have started a new threadHERE
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  12. Marley Farley
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    Like x 4

    SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2019

    New Thread Here:-SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2021
    New Thread Here:-SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2021
    New Thread Here:-SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2021
    New Thread Here:-SHOW US YOUR HOUSEPLANTS IN BLOOM NOW... 2021
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  13. longk
    Like x 7

    Show us your houseplants in bloom now 2017

    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
    Forget me @redstar I do have my moments :roflol:
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    3,451
  14. FlourishAnn

    Sarracenia - carnivorous plant!

    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
    Oh good! The flower is nearly open...
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  15. Loubielouy

    Strange plant

    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
    Hiya loublelouy. Nice to see you again :)
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  16. FlymoDM

    Smelly flowers & plants

    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original...
    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original wild Species giving flowers for around 10 months of the year ) and Lilies ( around 100 different,...
    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original wild Species giving flowers for around 10 months...
    For me, to go into the garden on an evening ( especially after rain ), the best scents are from my collection of Dianthus ( around 50 all different, Pinks, Carnations, Sweet Williams and original...
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  17. Bilbo675

    Erythrina Crista-galli

    More of the same, I hope.;)
    More of the same, I hope.;)
    More of the same, I hope.;)
    More of the same, I hope.;)
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  18. Jenny namaste
    Like x 5

    Oxalis triangularis " Cupido"

    Mine are looking good again this year thanks @Jenny namasteThe 'Iron Cross' you sent me a few years back are very well established now, they are fighting off the Surfinas at the moment:
    Mine are looking good again this year thanks @Jenny namasteThe 'Iron Cross' you sent me a few years back are very well established now, they are fighting off the Surfinas at the moment:
    Mine are looking good again this year thanks @Jenny namasteThe 'Iron Cross' you sent me a few years back are very well established now, they are fighting off the Surfinas at the moment:
    Mine are looking good again this year thanks @Jenny namasteThe 'Iron Cross' you sent me a few years back are very well established now, they are fighting off the Surfinas at the moment:
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  19. scooby-mas

    Bearded iris

    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im...
    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im not worried :biggrin:
    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im not worried :biggrin:
    I remember when i bought my iris off ebay(bareroot/dormant),i just planted it as to the instructions,no special compost seem needed and its flourished since :blue thumb:so ive just plonked them in pots :) im...
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    3,124
  20. Sally Parker

    Camelia in a Pot...

    Hi Sally what made it worse for me it's stud a few winters but with how the temps was flying up and down..then it got me worried but as Verdun as stated it does tinges the heads a bit :)
    Hi Sally what made it worse for me it's stud a few winters but with how the temps was flying up and down..then it got me worried but as Verdun as stated it does tinges the heads a bit :)
    Hi Sally what made it worse for me it's stud a few winters but with how the temps was flying up and down..then it got me worried but as Verdun as stated it does tinges the heads a bit :)
    Hi Sally what made it worse for me it's stud a few winters but with how the temps was flying up and down..then it got me worried but as Verdun as stated it does tinges the heads a bit :)
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  21. Fat Controller

    Lupins - any tips?

    Well, I must be doing something right - ten of the 73 have started to germinate so far :dancy:
    Well, I must be doing something right - ten of the 73 have started to germinate so far :dancy:
    Well, I must be doing something right - ten of the 73 have started to germinate so far :dancy:
    Well, I must be doing something right - ten of the 73 have started to germinate so far :dancy:
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    45
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    2,696
  22. mowgley

    Butia

    Mine is definately going to go into the ground.
    Mine is definately going to go into the ground.
    Mine is definately going to go into the ground.
    Mine is definately going to go into the ground.
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  23. sal73

    Nephentes Linda

    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
    Sal, Wustaba's plants are a lot more than £2.50! But a lot of them are very rare in cultivation and you can't get them anywhere else.
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  24. Shaneoak

    Have i left it too late...

    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have...
    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have the photos in a bigger format. :)
    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have the photos in a bigger format. :)
    I set my camera to restrict the size of my photos to 1.5 MB. These drag and drop with no trouble at all. :blue thumb:As I have no intention of making large prints of the pictures there's no need to have...
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    37
    Views:
    3,443

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