Luz fuerte plant care
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Learn how your comment data is processed. You really can never have too many plants, indoors or out.
They do so much to make a space feel alive. Looks like you had a fun weekend! I think that flower might be a native phlox.
The purple flower looks like a hydrangea. We have them everywhere in GA. However, the only difference with yours is it is not a bulb like ours grow… Gorgeous yard!
I love the wisteria, it is so beautiful! The pink and orange tulips are great too, such a great color combo! I am coveting your phenomenal wisteria- it has a special place in my heart as I always imagined marrying under an arbor of wisteria. When I had my indoor wedding though, I married under an arbor of fake wisteria- what was I thinking! Someday when I have my re-do wedding, it will be the real stuff.
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I Can barely read the name much less the insstructions. Is it a house plant or can I plant it outside in my rock garden?
Does it require sun or shade? Because, I would love to have houseplants but the bugs are a deal breaker.
Leave a note Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. What a beautiful back yard you have!
Oooh my I love it all! What is the name of the red-orange-yellow plant?
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crecimiento fuerte como un estado sobresaliente. This is a Bright Light (or luz fuerte) orchid.
Different colors than any I've photographed recently. Strobist info: The main light was a YNII in a 24 inch s.
so here's where the problem came. i got all plant happy (and a little the plant is! it's a 'high light' (luz fuerte).
originated from madagascar.