Red Growth

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, a lot of interesting things have been happening here at The Indoor Garden(er) with my new plants.

But of course, I got busy--I've been taking photos, but only this evening have I been able to start processing them. I received this Breynia disticha 'Roseo-Picta' from a blogger friend who helped me rebuild my USDA-incinerated garden. It has been blooming for months, now, but it sends out new branches a lot less frequently. The new leaves are very red--as they age, they get about silver-dollar sized and turn mostly green with hints of red. Perhaps when I place it outside this summer, it'll get redder!

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