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Original message (posted by priscus)
My Jade Plant, aka Money Plant, is enormous: height and spread both in excess of Five Feet. It is over 20 years old, and today really surprised me: it is flowering for the very first time.

I do hope it is not one of those plants which just deteriorates once it has bloomed.

Rosemary plants which I have wintered indoors, also flowering. (I take some in, and leave some outdoors. Amongst he latter, some survive Winter, and some do not. It strangely does not seem to be severity of Winter cold that determines survival.)

I guess I am less happy about the Rosemary blooming. It is usually the case that herbs lose potency after they have bloomed. The plant's biological imperative is next to put all its resources into its seed.
 
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