I didn't know that there was a "highland" mirabilis... I need to get one of those.
All of your plants are B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L!!!Grow somemore albos and they'll eat the termites xD
Clue: sorry for the confusion, but the HL is for Hot Lips, not highland.... This is a lowland plant. Again, sorry for the confusion.
Your plants look really nice. Thanks for sharing the pics. I guess you'll be glad to get everything back in place. My dad had to tent the house every so often when I was a kid in Florida, and it was always a pain.
Thanks for the kind words Glen! Everything is pretty well back in place and the temp home in the back yard is torn down and put away. It really was a pain moving everything, made worse by my wife taking the opportunity to tell me how much it was my own fault for having too many plants...
You're welcome. I was glad to see that some of the plants I sent you were doing so well. The N. veitchii looks pretty happy. That one really deserved to have a good home. I abused it by moving it around too much after it got too big for my LL plant case, and it didn't seem to like me trying to make it into a house plant.
Yeah, I was excited about the highland mirabilis too! I was like oooh, winged tendril, neat!
Good growing, Jack
"Never doubt that a small group of concerned citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead, American Anthropologist
The N veitchii really surprised me; it didn't even skip a beat and seems to be very happy. I was surprised again when I started moving the plants to find the big pitcher hiding against the back wall, which is probably why it is a bit pale.