Monday, December 1, 2008

Blooming Tuesday


Well since there are no blooms to be seen at my house I decided to post pictures of my house plants.I do not have alot but I do have a few that I try to keep living through the winter.They love it outside in the Spring thru Fall seasons,but as soon as temps get down in the 50's at night I move them back indoors.I really have to work hard at keeping them alive when I bring them indoors,I either water too much or not enough for the first few weeks until I figure out just who likes what when.So you get to see them before I make a mess of them hope you enjoy them. Beaucarnea recurvata(nolina tuberculata)


I just call it a pont tail palm



Dracaena marginata Magenta




Schefflera ,umberlla tree, octopus tree





Philodendron


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8 comments:

Aiyana said...

Nice house plants. They all look healthy and shiny. And surprisingly, I'm familiar with them all. I have a Beaucarnea recurvata growing in my garden, and it's doing very well. I'll have to show its progression one of these days. Also, I keep my Schefflera on the patio. Dracaena marginata stays in the house! It's one plant that just doesn't do well outdoors here any time of year.
Aiyana

Grammy said...

Happy bloomin Tuesday. Love your house plants.Wish I had a green thumb for indoor plants.

Darla said...

I posted my photof from inside today too. You have some great housplants, no what you mean about figuring their needs.

An Accomplished Woman said...

You have beautiful house plants. I am a slacker in Nov, and Dec. when it comes to the garden.

Jean said...

I have no luck with house plants. Yours look great! It's so nice to have green in the house during the winter months. Jean

Carla said...

They look great! Love the color of your philos stems/vines! My pony tail is very small, and hopes to grow up beautiful like yours:) (my houseplants go through an 'adjustment' period too-thank goodness they are forgiving:)

Dee said...

Your plants are beautiful! I really have trouble with houseplants living as well, mine do better braving the cold nights in AZ rather than coming in the house, but there are a few that will have to come in soon anyway!

Lady Katherine said...

You just have a green thumb! The pony tail are very expensive, at least back when I had the florist. All of your look better than what I would get from the greenhouse.