Sunday, May 20, 2012

My Favorite Plant

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I have lots of plants in my house.  Up until recently, I didn't exactly have a green thumb.  I would kill any plant that I was given.  A couple of years ago, I discovered the beauty of African Violets, and decided to buy a couple.  Thankfully, they were pretty hard to kill, and I was able to keep them alive with little care.  In fact, they are still alive, and I now have four of them in my windowsill. I have added plants to my home since those first Violets, and I have gotten pretty good at caring for them.  My secret is leaving the hard work to the professionals, and by that I mean, using the proper soil and plant food.

That plant overe there in that picture is my favorite.  I love the way it cascades down the front of my bookshelf.  All I do is water it once a week, and it seems to do well.  I do find myself pulling off yellow leaves every now and again, but for the most part, it is a pretty healthy plant.

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I am going to us eone of those coupons myself.  I have been wanting to replant my African Violets, because they are getting really big and I want them to continue to be healthy.Advertisement

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