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Profile Image Angie Arnett

angiecrazycatlady

I'm Angie, I got into gardening in 2007 when I bought my house that has a river at the bottom of the garden. My Instagram is angieloveshergarden

Dracaena

  • Season Icon Mid AutumnMid Autumn 2019
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angiecrazycatlady

#foliagefriday #dracaena #houseplant

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wagsmomthompsonbtinternetcom

Very pretty plant...

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carolgs

Fabulous hopefully mine will get that tall if I don't kill it first!!

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lesliecole49

That's beautiful! Wish I could get mine that happy

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gjones

It's doing great! How old would yours be?

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angiecrazycatlady

@wagsmomthompsonbtinternetcom @carolgs @lesliecole49 @gjones I've had this around 4 years now, it's very unfussy and has doubled almost in size, I cut a piece off and put it in water and its now potted up and growing well 😊

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wagsmomthompsonbtinternetcom

I like those ones...Thrives on neglect 😆

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lesliecole49

Mine had a rough last winter inside. Plants font like my inside unfortunatly. They recovered somewhat over the summer, so, I'm trying them in a different spot inside this year.

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angiecrazycatlady

@lesliecole49 if a plant isnt doing well the first thing I do is move it up another room, I used to think I was watering wrong but now I find by moving a plant to a room with different light and temperature makes a difference 😊

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lesliecole49

That's what I've done this year. I never had a problem with houseplants until I moved into this house. It just doesn't have good light at all.

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  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2019
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angiecrazycatlady

This took at least 2 months to root in water, but got there in the end. Thus is why my house is full of plants because I csnt resist trying to propagate them

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belindah

Wow well done👍👍👍

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Susanandsteve

Good job! I am the same way always trying to root something. I have never been able to root a hydrangea! I have tried so many times.

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angiecrazycatlady

@Susanandsteve I have had success with the mop head and lace cap but I recently bought "runaway bride" which is more depressing eight softer stems and couldn't get a cutting to root, so I've scratched a bit off side of stem & then pegged it down into pot of compost with a small tent peg, & it's worked 😄 so maybe give layering a go

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Susanandsteve

Thanks for your advice. I have tried layering and my husband always accidentally cuts them down with the lawnmower or weed whip!!😤 Glad you are successful I will keep trying. Have a good day!

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