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Thursday, December 8, 2011

It Followed Me Home

Really, I don't know how another plant found it's way into the house.


Must have something to do with the season.



19 comments:

  1. Lol! The same would happen to me too! Pretty!!

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  2. Have a lovely Christmas season. I can see why this poinsettia followed you home.

    FlowerLady

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  3. They are so festive it was just too much to refuse. :)
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  4. They are beautiful plants. I bought a Christmas cactus and the poinsetia was a gift. Two more plants than I need to water too.

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  5. You have to watch those things they will just jump into a shopping cart or your back seat. LOL! Very pretty.

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  6. I love the true red poinsettias. I know they have so many colors these days, but the red is my favorite. Have a warm, cozy and restful evening.

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  7. I wouldn't mind if something this beautiful followed me home.

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  8. I do! I love those plants. They are so lovely with or without the red leaves.

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  9. I am so about about NOT buying myself poinsettas. .but I long over them every time I see them. .my favorite are actually the creamy pink ones!! Enjoy yours!

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  10. Beautiful!!!! Poinsettias are just such pretty plants. They seem to follow me home this time of year also!!!! ha

    Merry Christmas.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  11. It's strange how those plants seem to be able to sneak in isn't it? :)
    I read your last couple of posts and love how the holly turned out. The glass pebbles look really nice.

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  12. Funny how that happens, I've just bought one myself which I don't usually do!

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  13. I noticed one creeping around behind me as I left the store the other day. I'd have been happy to have given him a ride home, but it was too C-O-L-D outdoors!!! ;-)

    Happy December!

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  14. So that's how those poinsettias get inside homes.

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  15. I know the pull of pointsettias. My favorite this year is a green and yellow leaf with bold burgundy bracts. Very charming and unique. My best advice is don't resist a beautiful flower. Life is too short not to resist true beauty. You'll figure out even if it will require creating a mixed container. Just don't let yourself go manic and adopt the plant kingdom, so to speak.

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  16. Just stopping back by to say Merry Christmas to you and yours.
    Love,
    Betsy

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  17. Hah! it's pretty. Merry Christmas to you.

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  18. I enjoyed looking at your snow pictures I am glade it is not like that here. My husband and I together have 69 roses and I could not belive he has about 6 bushes still blooming and I 4. He owns the house next door and we keep the yard. We married Dec.27,2007 I am 75 and he is 71. Nothing like a younger man. Ha Juanita

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