Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Joyful Plants - Wordless Wednesday

There were some unique plants at the garden fair, GardenTech 07. My son Jaymes bought these....



...... and he replanted them.

Oops.... we don't know what are they called. Any one can help?


69 comments:

  1. The one in the front--the heart-shaped leaf--looks like philodendron.

    That's an amazing agate behind the plant!
    Writing in Faith

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  2. Those are cactus right?! i like the heart shape of it..huh! interesting how it shape like that..

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  3. The plant shape is very unique. Will make a good gift for Valentine Day. Is it possible to grow 2 plants together.

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  4. Definitely succulents, but I wouldn't dare name them. I think the heart shaped one looks reminiscient of a prickly pear cactus!

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  5. Those are wonderful succulents. The ones on the right are they Lithops? Happy WW

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  6. So cute the heart heart plants!

    Heartchu!!

    hehe...

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  7. The ones on the left are called Jealous Love.

    The ones on the right are Klang Klang.

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  8. Fun succulants! I too am impressed with the heart shaped ones...

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  9. They're pretty but I can't seem to figure out what they are.
    Thanks for visiting.

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  10. indeed plants make life here on earth an interesting one!....
    have a nice day to you my frend!

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  11. The heart shaped one looks like a cactus. Sorry about the rest of them. Have a great WW. :)

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  12. eastcoast, I don't know what their name is..heart plants? Do you know I live on the east coast too but of a different continent?

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  13. I've seen one of those crystal formations before close up. Photos don't do them justice. They're simply awesome.

    Happy WW! My Wordless Wednesday

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  14. Well, they look like hearts...maybe they are called heart plants..lol. See what a green thumb I have?? Happy WW.

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  15. Well, *adjusting glasses* the green ones are hearts. They.. um.. they are very nice and will love you. That's all I know. But I do like them!

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  16. They very good! Your boy did a good job of eplanting them! Good WW to you!

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  17. WHOA! Can you ask Jaymes to help me plant one too? Hohohoh (=

    I want it to be red. Thanks ya!!

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  18. I don't know what they are called, but they are cool! :)
    Great job on this one. Happy WW.

    Tisha @ CrAzY Working Mom

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  19. Ha ! lovely cactuses, nice to sit on them but only if you are a fakir !

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  20. I don't know what they are called, but Jaymes has artfully arranged them. Way to go Jaymes.

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  21. Great plants. I'd label them pretty but then I'm not much of a gardener. Happy WW

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  22. I'm not sure what plant it is but I love the amythist(excuse the spelling). That's my birthstone!

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  23. Looks like some kind of cactus to me. Interesting.... hmmm. Maybe I should go get some too.

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  24. Beautiful! no idea what they are called but I love the heart-shaped one!
    Happy WW!

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  25. Those heart-shaped plant sooooo cute! I've never seen before.

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  26. Im amazed atthe size of the rock... I see someone said agate... the plants look great...

    Happy WW.

    Lisa

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  27. Joyful plants sound like a cool name!

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  28. Great shots! Loved the heart-shaoed cactus.

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  29. Beautiful shots! Happy WW!

    http://mlizcochico.com

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  30. Cannot see leh....cannot help.
    But also, I'm not good with plants lah. I only know money plant! Hhaha!

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  31. cool shape! :)
    ...love that crystal behind the pot, too! or is that a crystal? ;)

    happy WW!
    My Wanderings ...

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  32. They would be great for Valentine's Day. I couldn't see the ones on the right well, but they looked like bell peppers! ;)

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  33. Oh I love your pictures, all the time so very cool!!

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  34. these are indeed an amazing grace! i love the heart shaped one!.. but i will surely be wordless when my finger gets pricked by its thorns nyahahahahhaha....

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  35. love cactus kua?
    cos heart-shaped mah..
    i dunno leh :P

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  36. off topic ito kapatid--- you've got a tag from me and i hope you will like to do it..here is the LINK!

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  37. Nice plants, beautiful quartz (I think?)
    Great choice, I like the photos.
    <3, Amy in AZ

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  38. Sorry I didn't sign that last one!!

    Stephanie
    www.homeschoolblogger.com/inspired

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  39. I love the amethyst geode in the second picture! It's gorgeous!

    ..........
    Jantics
    Jantrails

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  40. Haven't the faintest idea, but some of the looks like cactus, so don't sit on them!

    www.terella.no

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  41. Great plants, not sure of the name of it though.

    I have a similar "crystal stone" as you have in the background of it and I have no idea what that stones name is :-)

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  42. No need botanical name lah. Just invent your own!
    Jaymes' green hearts!

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  43. Ah .. heart shape I like!

    I wish I could have some and put in my office. I often think that the color green is pleasing to our eyes.

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  44. Hello ECL, got a blog badge for you in my blog. Hope you can check it out. Thanks. :)

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  45. I love the amethyst. Haven't been here for a long time. Hope you are fine?

    Muackksss... :)

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  46. They are so cute! Nice to give out as Valentine's Day gifts.

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  47. errr.... cacbonzai? or.... facebook growing gifts? :)

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  48. I also want a heart-heart plant! very cute lei...

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