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Always loved to potter in the garden but only really in the last couple of years, have I embraced it by redesigning our space and growing from seed
And the flowers keep getting better and better 🪰
I didnt realize these had flowers! Wow. Do you leave this out all year?
No Leslie, these are my bug and fly catchers in the greenhouse, started with one and divided so now have 3. I will be planting 2 out this year though. Near the 2 seating areas to manage flies. 😄 @lesliecole49
I had not realized they could get this big or be so useful! Boy, ya learn something new all the time! I'm going to look into these just a bit more, they just might come in handy!
In the right soil..which is quite sandy for these, stand in rain water they do get big! They do me well in the greenhouse. 1 needs dividing again so maybe 4 in the next few weeks! 😄 @lesliecole49
Lots of blooms! 🪰 🪤
Oh wow ..i need this hun😍
Love mine! Started with one, divided and now have 4. Great in the greenhouse to managing flies and bugs @juliesgarden
I didn't realise they flowered, wow a wonderful display from a 🪰 catcher..
Yes @solly1961 they flower a couple of times a year in the greenhouse 😃
So pretty 😍😍
🤣🤣 so divided my Carnivorous plant this weekend, into 3 plants, the bugger bit my finger! 🤣🤣
I think it was hungry as not much food source around this time of year Celina, so it took what it could get! 😂 @cee
They are very hardy! In the UK they would also survive our winters. But I use them in the greenhouse to control flies during summer etc. But I love them, the flowers are beautiful too @dirtgirlworld
🤣🤣🤣 but a great idea for the greenhouse 👍
Do they really bite....😯
What a lovely surprise! My greenhouse bug control is in flower! 😁
Oh that's a good idea! I take it it thrives in the greenhouse then? 😊
It does Tara, although they are hardy. But I bought it 2 years ago specifically to look after the greenhouse 😁 @Tara_H
Nice! I keep mine in the kitchen but I've just divided it and assuming the offspring does ok, you've given me the idea to keep it in the potting shed!
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