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SuicideBlonde

Adorkable rockstar!
Location
Sunshine
Very similar. So cute. <3!

Hubby was instant on using the crystal litter for a a few moths recently. I was not found of it. Well Selina was starting to lose hair off her belly and back side. So we went back to regular litter and it is growing back. It must have caused her irritation.
 

Val

Extraterrestrial
Awww<3. Sweet kitties...:cat: I so want to pet them...:kitty:
Do you mind if i ask you a random question? What are these plants called (at the window)?:sheep: I had a similar one as a kid. I found it (the whole plant) in our neighbour's dumpster, took it home and planted it. It was very vivid, but it died...:sigh: I'd like to plant a new one somedays...:innocent:
 

Tom

Addicted Poster
Location
Upstate New York
I think those are Croton plants. Very colorful, but if I remember right, they're not that easy to take care of. BRB after checking...

ETA: Yep- they're crotons (Latin name: Codiaeum variegatum). And although they're maybe not the hardest plant to care for, they're not the easiest: they don't like chills, and although they don't do well in wet soil, they need rather high humidity. I think they can make dogs, cats, and people sick if they eat them- I'm not sure. Beautiful plants, though.
 
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Val

Extraterrestrial
I think those are Croton plants. Very colorful, but if I remember right, they're not that easy to take care of. BRB after checking...

ETA: Yep- they're crotons (Latin name: Codiaeum variegatum). And although they're maybe not the hardest plant to care for, they're not the easiest: they don't like chills, and although they don't do well in wet soil, they need rather high humidity. I think they can make dogs, cats, and people sick if they eat them- I'm not sure. Beautiful plants, though.
I had to google it, I had no clue. I guess they are croton plants. They were there with the house.
Croton | Costa Farms
Thanks.:) :pride: ...I'm not sure what my plants would be like, if i managed to grow them a little longer then. That plant looked similar, but it was pretty endurant, and it's not easy in our clay soil.:iiam: :shrug: I'll try to do more research about which varieties of crotons are sold at our city's green markets.
 

Andy_T

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Forum Moderator
Me, every morning, some time between 04:00 and 06:30...

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Luckily, I don't have to feed my feline overlord, but just to release her into the wild for her morning patrol.
Feeding is scheduled when she returns.
 
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