Flowers at home.

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On the balcony of faded almost all summer flowers. Soon azaleas bloom and cacti.
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and now blooms autumn crocus.

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And I planted tulip bulbs for winter bloom.
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@catjac1975
I do not like chemical fertilizers. Sometimes this ferric chelate, for the prevention of chlorosis.
I add a banana water for irrigation. I recently bought a new fertilizer. This horse and chicken manure in special granules. It is necessary to insist 40 minutes. It is odorless. But plants grow from its use as a dough with yeast. I am delighted!
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Larisa,

Wouldn't a hedgehog be a creature least likely to need a psychoanalyst?

Complete in himself, especially if he has a new flower ...

:) Steve
 

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@Larisa They are amazing, Simply STUNNING. Thank You for sharing a bright happy bit of beauty on the COLD winters day.

Thank you, Carol Dee, I will give him your words. They know how to appreciate good thoughts. :)

Larisa,
Wouldn't a hedgehog be a creature least likely to need a psychoanalyst?
Complete in himself, especially if he has a new flower ...
:) Steve

All right, Steve. Perhaps, this is Dr. Freud came to the hedgehog to learn from him. ;)
 

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