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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

My remaining plants that like to drink!

I figured tonight that I would take pictures of my dead Fittonias x 2, but it was too despressing. I am going to take a few cuttings of some stems that are still slightly viable, and get them rooted in water...so it's not ALL bad! I decided instead to post pics of my remaining houseplants that are actually thriving (and I really don't know why)!!! LOLOL!

First is a ??????? (I forgot...do you know?) in my fairy garden:

Then my Golden Pothos:

My lovely spider plant:

I have about 5 red poinsettia plants in pots since Christmas!

And my light green/white variagated, Marble Queen Pothos:

11 comments:

Florida Sue said...

um, I think it is one of those plants that people smoke.

Seriously, your grandchidren are just adorable. That is such good news about your son!

Julie said...

Sue- LOL! I think I remember buying that one at Walmart!!! What a progressive store, eh??? LOL!!!!!
Thanks for sweet comments on my grands...can't wait for them to get home!!!

Claude said...

I think that it's one of the aralias... not sure which one though.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I don't know what your plants are but the ones that are living look like they are doing well.

Pudgeduck said...

I like your lucky background! I have two indoor plants-I can't believe They have lived for over 3 years!

Cathy said...

that is a false aralia...
your plants seems to be doing pretty
good...

Teri C said...

Lovely plants and your spider looks SO happy!!!

mr_subjunctive said...

The first picture is of a Dizygotheca elegantissima, or "false aralia."

Aiyana said...

I thought the same thing.... I have no idea what is could be. It's always tough to lose a plant, and inevitable I guess. My Bush Morning Glory shrubs are all blooming--what's left them. The blooms remind me of all the ones I've lost!
Aiyana

Julie said...

Thanks everyone...I thought that top plant was some type of aralia...but wasn't sure of the variety, if it was!!! Now I know, it is a False Aralia! It is a cute little thing and I love it's sexy leaves!!!

Claude said...

I seem to remember a post about you saving a dracena (corn plant) Did that not make it?