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Epiphyllum Cactus - (I had one for decades - it bloomed twice a year - Easter and Christmas)-wk-

Epiphyllum Cactus - (I had one for decades - it bloomed twice a year - Easter and Christmas)-wk-

Hindu Indian Rope Plant - Hoya - Exotic/Easy - 4" Pot Hirts: House Plant http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004UA4LBU/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_EGijub1E1TY1X

Hindu Indian Rope Plant - Hoya - Exotic/Easy - 4" Pot Hirts: House Plant http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004UA4LBU/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_EGijub1E1TY1X

Fan Aloe is more of a shrub or tree than the smaller ones that are often grown in pots indoors, and it can grow to a height of 15 feet. (Photo: Monica Almeida/The New York Times)

Plants That Won’t Drain You

Fan Aloe is more of a shrub or tree than the smaller ones that are often grown in pots indoors, and it can grow to a height of 15 feet. (Photo: Monica Almeida/The New York Times)

hyacinth bean vine...grows so fast and is so showy/FRAGRANT-Will help to lure Butterflies and Hummingbirds to your habitat. Plant with Moonflower Vine which is also fragrant! May grow up to 20 Ft. high. Perfect planted by a birdbath on a trellis.

hyacinth bean vine...grows so fast and is so showy/FRAGRANT-Will help to lure Butterflies and Hummingbirds to your habitat. Plant with Moonflower Vine which is also fragrant! May grow up to 20 Ft. high. Perfect planted by a birdbath on a trellis.

How to make a rosemary topiary: In the first stage, you want the plant to grow straight up to the desired height, which can bee anywhere from 12" to 36". Place a stake beside the plant, and tie the plant along the stake for support. Allow the tip shoot of the plant to develop, by cutting off any wild side shoots that start to grow. Allow leaves to stay on the trunk. Check the ties often so they don't girdle or injure the growing stem. Turn your plant frequently so each side receives…

How to make a rosemary topiary: In the first stage, you want the plant to grow straight up to the desired height, which can bee anywhere from 12" to 36". Place a stake beside the plant, and tie the plant along the stake for support. Allow the tip shoot of the plant to develop, by cutting off any wild side shoots that start to grow. Allow leaves to stay on the trunk. Check the ties often so they don't girdle or injure the growing stem. Turn your plant frequently so each side receives…

"string of hearts" plant-love it ! Have had one growing for years. My Auntie Jeanne had one on her patio in CA.

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