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Picture posted by Yukiko on Oct 01 '09

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Nicholasville, KY

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Jan 20, 2010
 
I love this picture Yukiko i love flowers,i still have my mas teardrops coming up every year she left me in 1998 and went to heaven 4 sure

Since: Dec 09

Somerset, KY

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Jan 20, 2010
 
Isn't it beautiful? I love water lilies. My Mom instilled the love of flowers in me from the time I was a child.

Since: Oct 09

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Jan 20, 2010
 
Same here, I'm not as good with the green thumb as my other family members,especially momma.
I let about 20 houseplants die, the next spring after she passed, but I sill have several...including some 17 year old violets that have bloomed constantly. She kept them from my oldest sister's funeral.
I hope that I can keep them until my time is up, or let someone have them that will try to keep them alive.

Since: Dec 09

Somerset, KY

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Jan 21, 2010
 
Yeah, my thumb isn't too green, I have success with certain flowers and others I just kill. lol I do have one houseplant (mother-in-laws tongue) that I've had for over 30 years. It's about 4 feet tall and still thriving. I tried violets, but couldn't keep them alive for more than a year or so. One was called a 'parson's violet', very pretty, with ruffled petals.

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Jan 21, 2010
 
Yukiko wrote:
Yeah, my thumb isn't too green, I have success with certain flowers and others I just kill. lol I do have one houseplant (mother-in-laws tongue) that I've had for over 30 years. It's about 4 feet tall and still thriving. I tried violets, but couldn't keep them alive for more than a year or so. One was called a 'parson's violet', very pretty, with ruffled petals.
I did ok taking care of the house plants, I just put them outside too early and late frost wiped them out. I had one of the mother~in~laws tongues that the frost burned, but it survived and came back thicker and healthy. I got lucky on those. One of the violets I have is a huge Parson's violet, it's amazing how big it is, in such a small pot. I just water it occassionally.nd prune off the foliage as it dies down.
I want to re~pot it in a larger pot, but i'm afraid to touch it.

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