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Jusr some plant pics taken the day after Hurricane Irene:

Beg boliviensis 'Bonfire:'




Sarracenia purpurea venosa:


Hanging plants:


Tillandsia aeranthos:


Canistropsis burchelli:



Rock garden:


Sinningia and Dyckia:


Asian planting:
 

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You have some nice plants on your garden. I am starting on a garden project myself and I am quite new at gardening so i hope I can get my plants grow as healthy as yours. i don't know if i have the "green thumb" but i surely appreciate all the info i get from this forum, also I get inspired by the post i see especially the one with pictures in them. I am looking forward for more inspiring pots! keep up the good work with your garden!
 

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Thanks for the compliments, guys--but I must concede the it is the sun that deserves the real credit:)

Okapi, that is a 'Cameo Elegance' Morning Glory. I grow it because it is a bit more compact (6-7') See the very second picture (of the Beg Bonfire), that is two plants. In case you are curious, morning glories and other Ipomoea can grow in large vivariums, but they will quickly take over even a big tank!
 
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