Bird of Paradise

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  1. Very beautiful and unique looking plant isn’t Pam! Your green thumb brings out the best! I can see he winged effect and why it’s called that! Have you seen any birds visit it thinking itā€™s a friendly bird or just a cool place to park for a while?

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    1. Thank you, Lawrence! But this plant is growing wild in my yard. I have a black thumb. šŸ˜‰ Can’t tell you the number of hibiscus plants I’ve bought but they all die immediately… so I let the plants that want to live here do so freely. LOL

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      1. That’s a good thing Pam, because what can and will flourish in your domain should and what shouldn’t, will not; perhaps like the ā€œbirds of a featherā€ kind of thing! And look which species or type likes being near you, one with Paradise in its name, and, a bird no less having wings! Angels go with Paradise don’t they now! šŸ˜‰

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