Anyone with ideas in this area for plants. Full sun, drought tolerant, low maint, favorite color purple. Should I raise the empty area in the front to place some annuals and perrennials. Thinking about purple coneflower, purple salvia, purplewave petunias.? Should I move the smaller shrubs Help! Please
A lady approached me at Lowe's a few month ago as I was looking at some houseplants and asked me if I wanted some. She was remodeling a room and needed all the houseplants gone. I
jumped at the offer. She gave me what looks like an Iris plant but now two of the leaves have grown babies at the tip almost like a spider plant. I put the babies in the soil and now they have rooted. Any one know what type of plant this could be?
Commented on Apr 30, 2012
If it's truly a spider plant,, do NOT put it in the ground! I currently am giving them away
as we dig them up. Unless of course you want to fill a bed with them - they will do that. They are best in a hanging pot where you can let the "babies" dance in the air and look pretty. Does nicely outside in the summer and winter if you have no snow.
Yesterday after the landscapers finished clearing the back of our lot, this flower was left standing all by itself. Does anyone know what it is? It is along at the top of the over 2 foot stem, but I believe I can see another unopened bud about 1/2 way down.
Commented on Apr 20, 2012
I went out and checked the leaves at the bottom of the plant. They are the same as at the top.
What is this plant? My husband attended a banquet today and these were used for the decoration. Apparently the sponsors didn't want them back because he came home with 3 of them. I love the color and lushness. Is it Kalanchoe?
Commented on Apr 12, 2012
definitely Kalanchoe. I have it in several colors. All purchased at the 99 cent store!