brugsinCRMember Since 05 Sep 2010
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The transition into the rainy season has begun
I have a garden with some tropical plants and trees that almost come natural to the environment. For me, an easy to grow plant means a desirable plant: a plant that doesn't need much maintenance except for some extra fertilizer once in a while or a trimming. Most of my plants have to fit this description or otherwise they'll pass away. I do have a screen GH for my cacti (succulent) collection which wouldn't stand our rainy season. Except for the cacti, I try to have the least potted plants possible only for the occasional brugs, palms, cycads or experimental seedlings. Once they are about 25 cm (10") in height, they are transplanted to the outside -wild- world to survive or succumb .
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- Age 54 years old
- Birthday November 29, 1958
Grandkids. Growing brugmansias, cacti, bulbs, and anything green with nice flowers that grabs my attention. Walking. Reading. Pets at home: 2 dogs, 3 cats. And of course, BGI forums!!!
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