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Jade Plants

Sunday, February 10, 2013

on a local free cycle I answered this ad "Back quite awhile ago someone was asking for plant cuttings. I took a cutting off my Jade and it is in dirt. But she never showed. Anyone want a Jade plant? This particular Jade is both lucky and I swear a predictor of how things are going. Cuttings from the original Jade and their offspring started in 1940. Jade plant thrives, so do marriages. Jade dies, marriage does too. Given to business friends and they have thrived in business. Now it is just fun to share. My jade has bloomed every year."

I received the plant and very anxious to start it in its new home!

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jade cutting


AN old heirloom in its new home




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auburn hills, mi u.s.a
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Single mom of 3 boys, originally from Warren, Michigan. Learning daily about power tools, and frugal ways.

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