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In praise of the Cast Iron Plant

Posted by myrtleoak z7 TN (My Page) on
Sun, May 27, 07 at 3:33

I'm surprised that these are not more popular! Great tropical-looking foliage through the winter. Mine have never died to the ground; I simply cut off the rough-looking leaves of the bunch every spring and new shoots soon come up (right now actually). Go get yourself one today!


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RE: In praise of the Cast Iron Plant

Myrtleoak, do you get Plant Delights catalogs. In their lastest one, they have 5 types offered. They say they should have even a better selection soon.


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RE: In praise of the Cast Iron Plant

We actually do have some cast iron plant, and its in our tropical beds now that you mention it. Ours is a varigated thats coming up right now

Doug


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RE: In praise of the Cast Iron Plant

Have you purchased one of their sacred lilies? They seem interesting.


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