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[sign in to see URL] me, I KNOW what the "something else" is!!!!! emoticon That's why you put it in several SMALL pots. Find some small deck railing pot holders, open a window, put the holder over the lip of the window sill, then close the window back down on it. That will help keep them from tipping the pots [sign in to see URL] may not help keep them from digging the dirt [sign in to see URL] they can't do their business in [sign in to see URL] small! LOL.

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I never thought about that! Seems that indoor cats do miss outdoor nature to a certain degree.

Still thinking about getting a little dog. Not sure - right now, with me being away for work for five hours, and not able to take it with me, it would be difficult.

But once I'm free from my day job, I will need a reason to leave the house, or I'll just veg in front of my computer ... so a dog would do that.

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 emoticon [sign in to see URL] guessed [sign in to see URL] think I'll stick with fake ones inside for [sign in to see URL] real ones outside to play with! emoticon

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I have very few plants inside. I have a terribly neglected african violet. I don't know how it survives. And I have several orchids that were all gifts. I have hit or miss success with them - some seem to bloom frequently, others I've never gotten to bloom after the initial flush.

I don't even do potted plants outside right now. My "nature" is all very wild! The yard is just a fun wild spot and the farm too. In fact, this morning, we watched a hawk hunting in back yard! I've never seen an 18 month old sit so still for so long. We were probably only 20 feet from the hawk as he was perched on the big tree just out our kitchen window. That's my kind of nature!
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Just took a picture of the peace lily in my office. Will post later.

I love my indoor plants. emoticon

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TM: How about pledging here to repot that African violet and reporting it here?

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Oh geez, guilt me into it! emoticon

Ok, I have a little project to work on. I'll also move it. It's in the best spot for sunlight conditions but not for getting noticed. A new pot and a new spot will perk it up I'm sure!
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Hey, it's about accountability, not guilt. And it works, too. emoticon

I'm sure it'll love a new pot and some attention.

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Thankfully, both my daughter and my DH will water the plants if I've [sign in to see URL] they do pretty well. I've noticed one of them seems to prefer being indoors, as it's grown almost twice as big since bringing it indoors for the cold weather. I may just keep it inside even in warmer temps, just to see how it does. I'm not even sure what it is. It has heart shaped leaves, and to the best of my knowledge, it does not have blooms of any kind. It's almost a vine, and right now is very thick and hearty!

I had to get a taller stand for one of my Sheffleras. My granddaughter discovered she could reach into the pot and pull the dirt [sign in to see URL] over my floor. emoticon I had the other Shefflera on a taller stand in a room she's not allowed in except to eat, so, I switched [sign in to see URL] solved. Just took me over a month to figure it out! LOL

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I don't have any plants indoors at the moment, but I have several on my screened-in patio. I live in an apartment community, but I am blessed to be surrounded by lots of oak trees where my particular unit is located. My little nature-loving soul is so happy here!

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