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I have my indoor hibiscus, And that just bloomed it's first bloom today, And you can see the two that will pop out tomorrow. My absolute favorite indoor plants are the Christmas Cactus. As pictured above. They bloom about 4 times a year. And grow in such a beautiful manner. They are fascinating to me. One has about 20 buds on it, The other has about 8. Gardening to me is so similar to giving birth. (but easier). Planting that seed and watching something grow from little to large. Just like children. Spring has to be my favorite time of the year.This is true life to me! My life goes dormant all winter long because I can't get outside. Spring is when, I spring from my captive home and walk for miles. There is truly something special about New England.

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jakeonana (Contact)
Norton, MA USA
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I am a 52 year (young) Wife, Mother and Grandmother! All of which I am tremendously happy and blessed with! I live with a disabling disease, But I certainly don't let it get me down. I love to Chat, Blog, Read other's blogs and love to be computer social.

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