Gorgeous in white!
At least yours is white.
There is too much confusion - 2 Clares, both in Bray, both with avatars of pink flowers and now both have Hippeastrum in flower at the same time :P
Rachel we both spell our name a different way and are you impressed with the photo of your cuttings .... what is the proper name of that please.
Holy moly - look at your Tradescantia!!! And, do I see another Hippeastrum coming?
I know that, Clare. And meeting you both in person, there can be no confusion. You are the giddy one!
Yes it is a very slow one coming I have that since long before Christmas Tesco special €4.99 wish it would open as I hope it does what it says on the box. I love the Tradescantia thanks again for it .
You must have some nice memory tied up with that Tradescantia, Clare, that you rate it so highly. It is not really a remarkable plant but is very useful and tolerates serious neglect.
Rachel I dont call that giddy I call that a happy person :))
Not mutually exclusive :)
Rachel I had one for years and when we moved house 28 years ago left it with a neighbour as it was so big , but this is not going anywhere I love it .
Ah, very good, Clare. The parent plant was my mothers so I love it too.
Thats lovely Clare, I have a red one but no where near flowering yet. That pretty pink orchid you gave me looks lovely too, I put it on the window at the kitchen sink so I can admire it all the time. After sitting for lunch with you at Johnstown I wouldnt describe you as giddy, just a woman who is fecking mad craic!
Whatever the colour, all Hippeastrums are the Queens of the indoor plants. Absolutely beautiful.
Lovely my white one bloomed before christmas,my red one is in bloo now
Your Hippy definately has flower power Clara.
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