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Aug 19, 2014 3:49 PM CST
|Well I'm moving to a new apartment and this one has a nice patio for my plants.
When the past is forgotten it is destined to be repeated.
Aug 20, 2014 3:33 AM CST
|Looking forward to the pictures Adam.
There are so many things I have not seen. Northern Lights would be good.
Aug 20, 2014 9:35 AM CST
|That is going to be awesome!
Plants just make
Ventura County CA (Zone 10a)
Aug 24, 2014 10:35 AM CST
Great that your apartment has a patio, and that you're in an area that your succulents should thrive in (I think, never been to Texarkana).
I left a message for you over on the Cacti/Succulents thread before I realized that I should put an @ sign before your name. :(
Since I just started gardening this summer (after moving to a new apartment in mid-June -- with a good-sized patio) I haven't gotten too attached to my plants, but they do feel like babies to me -- but without the crying and whining, LOL.
I've had a few die, but mostly annuals, which is part of the cycle.
Succulents are so rewarding, their resilience and determination to survive/propagate is heartwarming and rewarding.
Hope it doesn't rain on your moving day.
Look forward to your updates, as I'm a complete novice when it comes to gardening. I'll need to make a list of plants that will be my indoor companions as winter approaches.
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