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Friday, February 10, 2012

Database of Plants In Containers

This list includes house plants and the plants that I bring in during the winter.  Many of these plants were shared with me from family and friends.  I also noted what type of container they are in.  I don't know if that matters, but it's on there.  I had to take the screen print a few times.  The list was too long for one image.



This tiny list is of the water plants I have.  One.


2 comments:

  1. You really keep excellent records. Me .... not so much. Maybe that's why I don't have such a diverse yard of flowers and vegetable gardens. When there's only a handful of flowers to remember, with entire beds of the same thing, it doesn't take much to remember what is where. I really like the spring flowers. Tulips, daffodils, crocuses, peonies, and Iris are just about all the flowers in my flower beds. The poor man's living trellis has Impatiens and Begonias because of the shade. I set a few dusty miller and coleus in containers on the retaining wall of the poor man's patio. I'd be a little over whelmed with the plant spread that you have.

    Have a great plant records keeping day.

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  2. More great selections. I have never tried water plants.

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