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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayles66
    My mum used to grow Cycads in SA. Different countries, different weather. Yes, I wish you could all smell the roses.

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    I would have loved to have seen your mum's cycads Hayles. Do you happen to have any photos? They are a totally different variety over there, quite vicious fronds actually and are very spiky. I have a few and they are rare here especially after they stopped allowing them to be imported. They grow quite large and I have seen one which would easily fill a good sized room. It was humongous!!

    Here's a few of my African ones.



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    Afraid not Leelai. I was a tad younger then and plants were not very interesting then. Horses and having a boyfriend were higher on my list. And yes, in that order! Priorities! I don't get to see my mum that often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayles66
    Afraid not Leelai. I was a tad younger then and plants were not very interesting then. Horses and having a boyfriend were higher on my list. And yes, in that order! Priorities! I don't get to see my mum that often.

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    Understand that completely, I remember being the same, not about horses though!

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    Aww! I love horses. They love you no matter what. Especially when you arrive with a juicy apple or carrot! Lol

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    I will also take a picture of my garden when its full bloom and upload a picture. I think we should all do the same.

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    I love gardening! I have a bunch of vegetables and what not. Been getting a lot of to apples, tomatoes, jalapeños, and corn. I'm still waiting on my Habanero plant to start giving peppers.. It's green and looking healthy but nothing. I guess it just needs more time.

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    Yesterday, we went off to the garden centre for coffee, and some retail therapy! All my treat

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    This variety of Impatiens is my favourite.
    Omg lasting and with great showy leaves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown
    Yesterday, we went off to the garden centre for coffee, and some retail therapy! All my treat

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    This variety of Impatiens is my favourite.
    Omg lasting and with great showy leaves.

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    That is neat. Mine is just starting to take shape.

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    Those impatiens are so big Richard! I've never seen them before, ours have quite small flowers

    Beautiful lush grass too!

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    Thanks Quake and Leelai.

    The Guinean Impatiens always last for a long time and grow pretty large.

    All of that rain has certainly done our lawns some good.

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