kalanchoe

kalanchoe

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at home, it is a flower that my aunt, who did not bud after the flowers fell, even though i took care of it and watered it every week, grew on the balcony and blown cigarette smoke on it and used ashes for fertilizer. (bkz: the one who avoids is garbage)

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like a violet, you can dip its leaf into the soil and reproduce it. then it grows and blooms. something like a miracle.

3

polyanna plant that continues to bloom even if you water it a little and give a kiss every few weeks

4

colorful flowers that make people move like this. when you enter the room, when you see them, dopamine is flying as you know. yessin her grandmother edit: big brother in the back is the poinsettia.

5

well, he's a resilient flower. i left it without water for months, it did not fade. its flowers dried up, i plucked the leaves closest to the ground so that the paint would go away. then it bloomed once more but i don't know if it's pissed off anymore.

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this is a very sympathetic, sweet and cheeky flower. i'm taking it out on the fact that it's mine and still hasn't faded. i guess it's the only flower i've managed to look at for this long without wilting. it's blooming for the third time. look at your face like this, be happy, such a flower. i love kerata so much.

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born in madagascar, without whimsy, without whimsy, with a little love, a little water, a little sun and red/orange protruding, large-leaved, cute flower variety.

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it's been sitting in front of my window for several months. while buying, the florist brother told me his name, but i didn't understand it, i just found out it was kalanchoe. does not need love and attention, a flower with a high urge to survive; i think it will need to be pruned once or twice a year. the red flowers are very beautiful. as the flowers dried, a new one came, i don't know if fluorescents are effective in blooming.

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