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Buy (and keep alive) a houseplant
 
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Note added by franca. 1 years ago
januari 2018 - januari 2019
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Note added by Terri. 6 years ago
Bought! Now they must live!!
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Note added by franca. 7 years ago
mei 2012 > mei 2013
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Note added by Claire Aylward. 7 years ago
Well, they sort of survived the transplant, so I'm just going to go with that.
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Note added by Claire Aylward. 7 years ago
His name is WILDEBEEST and he is a Cyclamen. EDIT: After one week, he is looking droopy. I place him next to the window. After two days, his left half dies. I water him, and take him away from the window. I hope he is feeling better. EDIT: I am afraid to report that Wildebeest is dead. He drooped, then he drooped some more, and despite my mother's ministrations, he passed away early one Winter morning. RIP Wildebeest. Instead of buying, I have made. After painting two pots for mum for mother's day 2011, we are now successfully growing Coriander and Parsley on the window sill. If it can survive until it's fully grown enough to be harvested, then I have succeeded.
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Note added by Claire Aylward. 8 years ago
My friends, the two plants are thriving on the kitchen windowsill, as of Thursday 23 June, 2011