Saturday, December 20, 2014

Friendship Plants On The Tenth Day Of Christmas At Trees That Please Nursery....

On The Tenth Day Of Christmas My True Love Gave To Me
Ten Friendship Plants

Nine Li Jujubes

Eight Bags of Mulch

Seven Bags Of TTP Supreme Compost

Six Gambel Oaks

Five Golden Raintrees

Four Earth Worm Castings

Three Trumpet Vines

Two TerraPros®  


A Partridge In A Pear Tree

The Friendship Plant, Billbergia nutans or Queen's-Tears is a bromeliad native to South America. This plant makes a wonderful ornamental house plant. It tolerates under-watering, over-watering, heat, and some cold (but not freezing temperatures). The plant has foliage similar to that of a Day Lily with long, green, arching foliage.

The Friendship Plant produces spectacular flowers combining colors
of pink, blue, green, yellow, and purple that bloom in February.

Called the “Friendship Plant,” because it is easily propagated 
allowing it to be shared with friends. 

The Friendship Plant produces small plantlets, called “pups” that are produced from rhizomes at the base by the mother plant. Individual pups can be removed and transplanted into new containers.

These will quickly proliferate to fill their container. You can then divide and transplant them into new colorful containers and gift them to your friends!

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Photos & Narrative By:
Stephen Sain 
Staff Plant Physiologist

Trees That Please Nursery
Serving Retail and Wholesale Customers
In Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, and Belen

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