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tinaaune

Florist/greenhouse for 18 Years, gardener and plant fanatic since birth! Zone3/4

Ceropegia Sandersonii X Nilotica

  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2018
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tinaaune

#freakyflowerfriday #parachuteplant #ceropegia

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gjones

I like this one! So unusual!!

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lovestogarden

Freaky and I want it!! 🤯🤓 #wishlistdreams

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ShelleySnyder

Freaky deaky!! I love it!!💘😍

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Annettenoosa

Ooh, that is different. Looks like something growing under the sea. Octopuses garden. 🐙🐙

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Christiani.blooms

Looks like a four leaf clover got leprosy. Soo cool

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terrimclaughlin

Very cool!👍🏻👍🏻😊💕

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tinaaune

#parachuteplant fully open, black/dark green speckled inner

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columbiariver

Interesting plant!

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ShelleySnyder

Very cool!!💘😍

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kimguy

What an eye-catcher!😍😘💚 @tinaaune

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Annettenoosa

Wow looks like jedi master Yoda 🙃

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gjones

Now that's a flower that would make you take a second look. Unusual but beautiful 😊

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tinaaune

New to my collection #parachuteplant

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bluefox23

@tinaaune ooh that's a weird looking thing!! 😊

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gjones

It is a bit unusual in appearance. I'll have to Google this one😊

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txgardener

I just bought one of these. Any advice? Do's /Don'ts?

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tinaaune

Yes, be aware of when it's in its dormancy period, when it stops putting on new growth and sheds s few leaves, keep lit but dry, only water enough to keep it alive, keep in mind my growing season I keep outdoors in summer and is inside oct-june @txgardener and remember to make backup plants from cuttings or air layering fun plant I love mine!

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txgardener

I really appreciate the advice. ☺ So excited to have one of these gems.

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tinaaune

Do you have anything else like it, I mean things that have a dormancy @txgardener

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txgardener

Yes, I am familiar with dormancy periods. I treat my Baobobs, Plumerias, and my other Caudexs plants like that. That does give me a good idea on how to care for it. Thanks again @tinaaune. BTW U have a lovely collection of plants. 😍

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tinaaune

Great! This one should be a piece of cake😊 thanks Kristin @txgardener

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