tough plants fo growing indoor

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tough plants fo growing indoor

Post by jerrysherry » Mon Aug 26, 2013 1:59 am

Living stones (Lithops spp.) are unique succulents that look like large pebbles. They bear a pair of fleshy, gray-green leaves often mottled with other colors. They need bright light to grow well and require almost no water during winter dormancy. Living stones do best in a large pot, even though they grow only 2 inches tall.

Dracaena also called yucca or corn plant, Dracaena deremensis 'Lemon Lime' is an easy-growing houseplant amazingly tolerant of a little neglect. Its colorful dark green leaves bear bands of silver and chartreuse. It grows best in bright light and can reach 3 feet tall

Lovely to look at but not to touch, crown-of-thorns (Euphorbia milii) bears spiny stems and colorful bracts in spring and summer. It's a sculptural plant that grows 3 feet tall. Crown-of-thorns performs best in bright light.

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Re: tough plants fo growing indoor

Post by millipede » Fri Aug 30, 2013 5:20 pm

Thanks again for the plant suggestions. Those "living stones" are kind of neat, I think. Wish you could have posted some pictures of these plants HERE and not just USED this site to try and get more people to your own. :/
Anyone grow any of these?
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