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Plant CRAZY Weekend!

Plant CRAZY Weekend!

Houseplants are back in style. I don’t think anyone disputes that. But the crowds I witnessed at two plant sales this past weekend make me believe that people are ABSOLUTELY OBSESSED with houseplants and I find it refreshing that I’m not the only one! (I showed the pictures to my

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Beautiful Neoregelias

Beautiful Neoregelias

For a couple of years now I have attended the Southeast Michigan Bromeliad Society show and sale at Matthaei Botanical Gardens. The color and diversity of these plants is not to be believed! I love them all, but am always drawn to the neoregelias [(knee-o-ra-geel-ee-as) my attempt at helping you

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A Plant Society Sale

A Plant Society Sale

The best part of attending a plant society show and sale is the unusual plants that can be found. There may be plenty of not-so-unusual plants, but there are always the plants you won’t find anywhere else. Plant society members are collectors and have propagated their plants for the sale.

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A Sale Of Two Societies

A Sale Of Two Societies

Today, I went to Matthaei Botanical Gardens to help (not buy, of course) with the Michigan Cactus and Succulent Show and Sale. This is an annual sale and the Southeast Michigan Bromeliad Society has a sale at the same time. I had never attended before, as I was always working.

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