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Your Rambler bloomed, Berns, at the new place.
David it's amazing a little miracle after I clicked on view full size after reading what you wrote. It's nice both ways but I see what you mean it looks much better. Opps just about 8pm and I'm going to watch the Cake Boss from Hoboken NJ. I don't know if you ever watched it or get the station but i's an incredible show with so much creativity and fun at their job inside the bakery.
David I clicked on the Rose in the dish and it looks like a completely different flower that I recall you posted at another time. Both beautiful. Last Tuesday I attended another garden club as a guest. The speaker was talking about cacti and one of the plants coincidentally "Night-blooming Cereus" The speaker gave out leaves and my friend wiped it off with one of those markers and it looked nice and shiny. The speaker named Peggy said to just drop it in cacti potting soil and it will take off and grow. We will see about that. I gave it to my husband. I don't have time for planting.
I didn't ask about that but I'm sure the answer can be found on the computer. I'll click on view full size. I click on the photo before and the other flower appeared. Thanks David
The cactus is supposed to be a Night-blooming Cereus that I bought locally. It might work, or it might just be a regular cactus! Who knows!
Thanks Barbara, but something is wrong with the pic. Please click on 'View Full Size' to see it properly. Otherwise ....... little things mean a lot! Not sure if I should let it overwinter inside, or plant it out now, covered for sure.
The Rambler looks nice in this bowl sitting in it's new place. Next to a cactus?
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