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Re: Shouldn't it be this way? NOW Houseplants

In a message dated 6/27/2004 1:00:56 PM Central Standard Time, 
Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:
Hoyas are another that I have had good luck with,

I have had excellent results with hoyas.  Got to pink, white and green ones 
from Walmart several years ago.  They have grown all over the place, and this 
year one of them bloomed.  They require practically no care at all.  I've also 
had good luck with begonias as house plants.  I'm not a very good housekeeper 
(that's an understatement), and although I try to remember, I'm not very 
consistent with watering either.  Oh, the other plants I've grown successfully 
indoors are walking iris and the one my mother called an airplane plant -- sends 
out shoots with babies on the end.

zone 7
West TN

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