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By Simbad


Aeonium (Aeonium)

Braving the cold in my sunroom, even has several lots of flower buds, my huge one was blown over in the wind this summer and ended up a bit mishapen so stuck a few cuttings in pots, didn't think they'd flower first year.



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That's looking very hopeful :o)

7 Dec, 2010

 

Lovely. Looks very happy.

7 Dec, 2010

 

Well, you're clearly doing everything right Simbad!

7 Dec, 2010

 

So nice to see something green!

7 Dec, 2010

amy
Amy
 

I haven't looked at mine Kathy , they are all covered up with fleece in the greenhouse without any heat , I daren't look .........

7 Dec, 2010

 

Flowers for christmas maybe:-)
Know what you mean Karen forgot what grass looks like:-)
I have some in the unheated greenhouse too Amy covered in fleece, haven't been able to get in there for a week, the doors frozen shut :-(

9 Dec, 2010

amy
Amy
 

I had a peep at mine yesterday Kathy , they are still alive and well .. :o)

9 Dec, 2010

 

Thawing a little bit here so will have a look at mine in a bit, probably when the 5ft icicle's fallen from the corner of the house,lol.

9 Dec, 2010

amy
Amy
 

LOL... that sounds dangerous Kathy ..... :o))

9 Dec, 2010



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