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Kristy's unknown plant

Posted by karyn1 MD 7 (bhkalen@aol.com) on
Wed, Jun 9, 10 at 13:29

Kristy I gave you the wrong name for your unknown "shooting stars" plant. It's a Basket Plant (Callisia fragrans). Same family as the other one I mentioned, related to the Wandering Jew.


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RE: Kristy's unknown plant

OOOOH!I HAVE THIS ONE, HOPE IT BLOOMS...

THERESA


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RE: Kristy's unknown plant

Thanks Karyn. Let me go out and see if its bloomed again. I noticed yesterday morning the dried flower things had new flowers with shooting stars coming out again but I was running late for work.


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I guess it was too late. Its an early morning bloomer I think. I don't know where the shooting star parts go in the afternoon, lol. Its pretty boring when they look like dried flowers but beautiful with all the bursting parts hanging out, lol.


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