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Favorite Plants!

Here you should never feel intimidated to post any question you might want to ask. Get support and good advice as you take your first steps in the world of Plant Factory.

Favorite Plants!

Hi, TPF beginners; do you have any favorite plants you are trying to create or find? Let's talk about them here!

Some of my very favorite plants are foxgloves, lilacs, tulips. Just to start!
This post: May 12, 2014

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ChristieK
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I've got digitalis purpurea which is the type species for the foxglove family in my list of (mostly) completed plant projects, but because there have been several similar bellflowers go into the store recently, I've squirrelled it away for a later date.
This post: May 12, 2014

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EVERYPlant
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Well, I've all but given up finding the time to learn enough about the TPF software to even attempt building my own stuff, but I did originally have a few mixed favorites in mind:

Variegated Liriope
Daylily
Hydrangea
Crepe Myrtle
Japanese Maple
Leyland Cypress
Loblolly Pine
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Lee S
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I've got a Japanese Maple in my garden here. It's several years old, but still a small tree. It's autumn here in Australia, and my Maple is absolutely stunning in its colour, and especially as it varies within the one single tree. This year it turned autumn on the top, and the outer leaves, leaving the inner and bottom-most leaves still green. It really is very stunning. Last year it went autumn pretty much all at once.
This post: May 12, 2014

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EVERYPlant
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some more faves of mine, from my own back garden:

Peony, love peonies, all types and colors and shapes of blossoms
Roses
Geraniums
Pelargoniums (both upright and vining)
Fuschias (vining, standards, you name it)

:D
This post: May 13, 2014

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ChristieK
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Succulents, Carnivorous and Micro-biologic.

Are microorganism's the domain of TPF?

Would like to do a Hydra vs Paramecium wrestling scene in a drop of pond water. I think the paramecium would spank the Hydra, of course the Amoeba would conquer all.
This post: May 14, 2014

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Dream Cutter
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I think with some work, you'd be able to do microorganisms....
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ChristieK
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