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It's a hanging houseplant, green leaves with red, it flowers in October with pitcher like green flowers, and has long thin seed pods in April, which burst open with fluffy seeds. Would be great if someone can tell me what it is. Thanks in advance, Val
My friend recently acquired this house plant and would love to know what it is called?
I have two yuccas which I grow in doors by a south facing patio window. They are well established, approx 1.5m tall. Just recently they have been producing a sticky substance from their leaves which is playing havoc with our flooring! Is this normal for yuccas or am I doing something wrong? Gill F
I have had a potted lemon tree for 18 months--putting it outside for the summer and keeping indoors all winter (I live in Montreal, Canada). Of late it has been loosing leaves a lot though it is still blooming and I am fertilizing the blooms by hand. Most advice says leaf drop is usually caused by over watering but that is not true in my case. What else can be wrong? Thanks, Paula
I recently bought this plant and need to know what it is.
I have an Anthedesia Pink which is very happy in our bathroom.
The plant has got several flowers still on it but a lot of 'leggy ' leaf stalks.
Can I trim back these stalks to make the plant more compact?
This beautiful and unusual house plant has been sitting on my mother-in-law's kitchen windowsill for years. Can anyone help identify it. Photos taken in February with plant flowering. Seems robust as it has been given little care.
I've seen them looking gorgeous on Pinterest but am having difficulty tracking one down here in the UK.
The RHS website no longer has any suppliers listed either :(.
Any pointers would be very much appreciated.
Thanking you in anticipation.
I've found this picture of a cool indoor plant but I'm not able to identify which plant it is.
Hope someone can help me out.
Can I do cuttings for the above the same way as cuttings for the rest of the streptocarpus hybrids.
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