Every year, I move plants from the garden indoors in hopes of keeping them alive for another growing season. I always lose some. As we start into February, here's the list of survivors:
2 aloe vera1 amaryllis
1 baby's tears
1 dragon's blood stone crop
4 asparagus fern
1 Echeveria nodulosa
3 ice plants
2 Jacob's coat cuttings
1 mother-in-law's tongue
2 unknown succulent
1 wandering Jew
2 asparagus fern1 begonia cutting
1 creeping jenny
1 ice plant
3 persalane cuttings
4 sweet potato vine cuttings
I hope the osteospermum is resting and will return when I put it back out in the spring. Don't know which category to put it into yet.
These plants live in the family room to get the most light. Plus, I add some lamps. Seed catalogs are starting to gather on the coffee table.
I also have the baby lionhead gold fish Flash and Princess had last summer in the water garden. No name for this little fellow/gal yet.
Not doing much outdoors at this time. We did receive about three inches of snow this week. We'll take all the moisture we can get.
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