It's hard to pick just 5 as I have many.
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I too have seen the indoors one...and they are ever so pretty. We do have a lot of light in our home...and probably could grow them, but prefer the outdoors ones. I brought in my two pots of gerber daisies this fall and they are blooming beautifully now. They are very finicky though - if I drop the blinds during the day at all, they let me know they are not happyJules & Maine,
I have to see if I can find them, but I had seen minature hybiscus somewhere that were said to be great for growing indoors in northern areas. I'll let you know if I can find them again. Wow It's great to now have a place to share all this cool stuff as soon as I find it!
That's right! I knew I'd talked to you on a forum somewhere but couldn't remember which. I still can't remember which but I do remember that you visited Myrtle Beach. You came within 60 miles of me. I used to go to M-Beach quite a bit when hubby did motel renovations there.Gloria....I so love Camillias - another one I can't grow here. Out west - in BC, where I grew up - they grow practically out of control - and so beautiful. I remember seeing them in Myrtle Beach last March