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by Dkrdj5  Today

Thank you for your comments, as for my quote, I have to remind myself of this daily!

by CivicCub  Yesterday

Aren't they just the best dogs ever?

by jdhelm  Oct 22, 2014

hey, even a cracked egg has value, haha - but my wife says other, lol - she "cracks" me up.

by bruce725  Oct 14, 2014

Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.

by ItisAJeepThing  Oct 14, 2014

Thank you for becoming my newest buddy. You certainly grow some beautiful flowers. My wife went to high school in Duluth and those winters sound scary to me. We visited one summer and I loved it. W.

by ItisAJeepThing  Oct 14, 2014

That is a fantastic specimen of Desert Rose. How do you keep it alive in MN.? Warren

by sissurf  Oct 12, 2014

Propagation: Typically by seed. If your plant develops a seed pod, plant the seeds as soon as possible after the pod ripens to maximize chances of germination. The desert rose can be propagated from branch cuttings, but these plants often fail to develop the characteristic (and highly desired) bulbous stem.

by sissurf  Oct 12, 2014

Seeds might be better. Ck this out.

by sissurf  Oct 12, 2014

Hey girl be careful with those clippings, I just read this :Beware, though, the sap of the desert rose is poisonous and should never come into contact with children or pets. If you get sap on yourself while handling the plant, wash your hands immediately.

by sissurf  Oct 12, 2014

I would love a cutting of the Desert Rose, THANKS! Does it have a sweet smell? I can't tell, do you have it in a pot, so you can take the plant inside for the winter? It's much warmer here in Virginia, but still I would think I would have to take it inside for the winter also. So how long does the blooms last? It sort of looks like a bonsai plant of sorts.

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