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Sorry, not a garden plant but a houseplant.
It’s my grandmothers Donkeys Tail. My dad remembers it from when he was a little kid, so it’s got to be 70 years old at least. It bloomed this past summer! I’ve never seen it do that! I inherited it in 2006.

DaphneDarling 7 Oct 4
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It s beautiful!

jacpod Level 8 Oct 5, 2018
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It is in beautiful condition. Well done!

CeliaVL Level 7 Oct 5, 2018
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Maybe was for ever buying these only to kill them by overwatering.

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Yes, donkey's tail succulent. Each little leaf can make a new plant. They only flower when it is ideal for them. It is happy with you. Mezeltov.

OldGoat43 Level 8 Oct 4, 2018

@DaphneDarling . Some plants take much longer but they are all worth it. An orchid takes six or more years to grow from seed to flowering. Ferns take three years from a spore to leafing.

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priceless

btroje Level 9 Oct 4, 2018
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We count house plants as gardens too. Lol

Donto101 Level 7 Oct 4, 2018
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Just beautiful!!!! Lovely and great story!

Zoohome Level 8 Oct 4, 2018
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I used to have one of those plants. I loved it, but yours has a much more impressive history!

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Beautiful!

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wow!! That is awesome!

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