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Nov 1, 2016
Beautiful Bonsai
Nov 18, 2015
Did as a mystery
I don't have a green thumb
Nov 3, 2015
I have a great green thumb, til it comes to a Bonsai tree. Love them and all but a kill the poor things.
Aug 24, 2012
Love these trees, but find them hard to grow.
Aug 24, 2012
Like you found my bonsai very hard to grow..but then I also killed an air fern once!! No green thumb here.
Aug 31, 2012
Me too. I can kill a bonsai with a look!
Oct 20, 2012
I can kill cacti! I wouldn't even dare try a bonsai!
Apr 5, 2013
No luck with plants either, but the FAKE Bonsai and Ivy look great. LOL
Apr 6, 2013
Fakes are a God-send aren't they? LOL
Apr 8, 2013
Yes indeed and I dusted off my small bonsai this morning. The fake roses are on my kitchen table in a beautiful blue translucent vase. Come on over for a look and stay for coffee or tea. Soon I will be drinking iced tea or lime rickeys! Anyone care to join me from the puzzle family?
Jul 20, 2013
I've always told my friends that the worst thing you can do to a plant is give it to me for a gift! ;-) I have two philodendrons (sp? ) that do OK, but often look wilted before I remember to water them. Poor babies. Everything else is from the silk flower shop.
Aug 23, 2013
I would love to have a bonsai, but I, too, would not be able to keep it alive. Every plant in my home is silk.
Aug 23, 2013
At least you have no watering to do and I must admit the artificial ones they do, people can not tell I also have plenty of these and change them about quite often, and people say to me your flower arrange are a joy to see, they must cost you a fortune, I will admit I do not make them any wiser and how nice it is that you do not have to wash those vases that get all that mucky gung on.
Aug 24, 2013
So many people use the artificial ones anymore. I even blend a few artificial ones outside in my flower garden. Anything to make it easier, and your right, no watering.
Feb 2, 2014
Me too!
Feb 4, 2014
Can't wait to get into my flower beds. Go away winter..........! I will have lots of the silk ones in my garden. :)
Sep 26, 2014
Rosina, Thanks. I'll be right over. The Lime Rickies sound fabulous. Maybe you can give me some pointers on growing stuff. I am a mediocre gardener at best. Some of my attempts work out fairly well and last for awhile; others just croak immediately. I sincerely believe that any bonsai I might try would belong to the "immediate croak"
Oct 3, 2014
Well I am drinking hot tea these days! The only plants I have currently in my place are all FAKE that means "zero" maintenance except for dusting...I had some luck with aloe plants once and parsley and mint herbs. My sister is the one with the green thumb and I don't do well in the real gardening area.
Oct 3, 2014
Rozina, you mentioned mint. Yikes! My mom gave me some mint she had planted in an old tin pan. I planted it in my front yard in a brick planter. It took over. I mean TOOK OVER! I would guess the woman who bought that house years ago is still trying to dig it out. It has underground runners that broke the 4 min. mile and ran rampant like some kind of science fiction movie monster! I had some fair luck with geraniums, but it was in Calif., where those flowers are almost native and practically grow wild.
Oct 12, 2014
Mint seems to thrive well, even without tending. My gramma had some in her backyard from which she made tea when I had tummy problems (very soothing). When my planted apple seeds we got a tree eventually but never tried to eat the small fruit it bore. Well have a lovely weekend.
Jul 18, 2014
Love it!
Jun 24, 2014
Love these!
Jun 11, 2014
Used to love doing these.
May 14, 2014
They can be tricky to grow but so worth the effort!
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