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Evelina
2018-01-25, 11:44

Quiz: Which House Plant is Right for You?

Want to start growing plants in your home but aren't sure which one to begin with? Try this quiz from minigarden.net! Stars

My result: Guzmania

"Guzmania bring the tropics home. Their large blooms are brightly colored, and they'll add fantastic texture to your space. 

Conditions:

Bright sunlight

Moderately dry

60-65° Winter, 65-80° temperatures 

A bright, huge tropical bloom."

Leia
2018-01-25, 14:03
#1

I got African Violet!

African Violets are a little temperamental, but your TLC will be rewarded with beautiful colorful blooms!

Conditions:
Medium sunlight, with a minimum of 8 hours or darkness per day to encourage blooming
Medium to frequent watering
50-70° temperatures

A perfect plant if your living in Sweden  this time of year as it requires darknessLaughing out loud

All the best, Leia

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Evelina
2018-01-25, 17:24
#2

My mom loves those! And so does my grandma but I can't seem to keep them alive.

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Tammie
2018-01-26, 04:11
#3

Wow, I got the Christmas Cactus which happens to be a plant that I have wanted for some time now!

Happy creating!

Tammie

Host of Paints and Crafts

Evelina
2018-01-26, 09:34
#4

Oh! I also really want that one. It would be a nice hanging plant ☺️

Niklas
2018-01-26, 12:32
#5

Result: Burro’s Tail Didn’t look that great. :-)


Best regards, Niklas 🎈

Evelina
2018-01-26, 13:33
#6

Never heard of that one Niklas!

Emo
Emo 
2018-02-02, 07:18
#7

First I wanted to tell you what my favorite is, but then I saw that you wanted me to try the Quiz, so I did it - and I got the right answer.
Of course it was that I should keep my favorite. Most of them alive in one house and then this kind in the house without warmth.
Now I know that it is called African violet, too

My website: American version
Min hemsida: Svensk version

Emo
Emo 
2018-02-02, 12:37
#8

#2 Maybe you don't check the soil before you water the plant. If it isn't completely dry it isn't time to water. Remember, they can't swim. LaughingWinking

My website: American version
Min hemsida: Svensk version

Tammie
2018-02-06, 05:37
#9

I know what a Burrito Tail plant looks like and they are really pretty hanging succulent plants.

Happy creating!

Tammie

Host of Paints and Crafts

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