Monthly Archives: February 2010

Congrats Canada!

14 gold medals – Most by any country in the winter Olympics, ever (and on home soil too). Definitely feels so good to be Canadian right now! (Edit – did anyone else notice in the shot of the streets in … Continue reading

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African Violet pictures

Spring feels as far away as ever now that we actually have some snow and while it’s warm out it certainly looks like winter from where I’m sitting. Ok, until it started to rain anyway… Little is going on inside … Continue reading

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Ludisia discolor flower

This opened for me this morning. Yay! A few days ago I also noticed that I have a second spike just starting to develop on another stalk so I should have some flowers on this plant basically non stop well … Continue reading

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Gesneriads & the plant list.

I made some serious progress on the plant list today. I managed to photograph all Gesneriads on the main floor and tag unknown plants with “NOID ####” tags (not that many actually). I’ll be typing up those plants tomorrow and … Continue reading

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Tillandsia cyanea

I’ve been on the lookout for one of these for a while but finally picked one up. It seems to have had a rough past with some leaf damage and dried tips to the bracts but it hasn’t flowered yet … Continue reading

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Haworthia limifolia var. limifolia buds & more

I shouldn’t take credit for this probably because of how short a time I’ve had this plant but I totally will anyway, because I can. Haworthia limifolia var. limifolia buds developing very quickly The flowers are supposed to be less … Continue reading

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Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’

I’ve never been a huge fan of this plant before. It never looks good when I see it for sale but then I saw this at the Toronto Botanical Gardens a few weeks ago. Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’ I’m definitely seeing … Continue reading

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