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Greenhouse in spring..mmer

Posted by teatree zone 8b/Oregon (My Page) on
Sat, May 12, 12 at 1:01

Things are puppin'! Could hit 90 degrees this weekend (blech), and I'll be whimpering and fanning myself. The Haws and I need sun hats.


Spitting out pups on the floor during a re-pot, but thankfully, all with roots. (Plus sweet Agave pup gift.)





Been pretty blessed this week plant- and people-wise, gotta say.



Colleen


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RE: Greenhouse in spring..mmer

Sigh everyone has haworthia truncata but me :'( ... but im gonna get one soon! Nice job on growing the fern with cacti ! Didnt work well with me ... very nice collection! Very well taken care for and trimmed


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Thank you--the plants do well for themselves. :) That fern came up all tangled in the roots of that Aloe-Gasteria plant, and I've just hoped it will continue on as well as it has. The summer's a bit hard on it, and I may move it to greater shade this weekend with the tough high temps. And certainly not everyone has a truncata--before this afternoon I didn't! I've never seen one in my area, that's for sure.


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I had to take the cacti out of my green house in feb or march because the southern california sun was roasting them o_o i wish i could have found a haworthia truncacta this afternoon. lol


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I found a truncata in my mailbox this afternoon. ;) Lucky girl I am.


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Love the variegated Aeonium - nice crisp pics as well.


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Beautiful plants! What is the name of the darker, fan shaped aloe in photo 9? I would love one of those. Barb


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Woah, surprise to see this old thing pop up here!

That gorgeous Aloe is an Aloe variegata. I can't take credit for the beautiful shape because it's a pretty new purchase. I couldn't help but splurge a little for it.


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Its been so long i now have a haworthia truncata! Yay :P has yours grown any since thiese pics were taken? (i know they are of slow growth) and also the haworthia above it : )


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