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Small purple flowers indoor plant

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Small purple flowers indoor plant. Beautiful. I like this one very much, a very elegant look, so much different than your usual purple flowers.

I am growing in a pot in my kitchen window. I'm hoping it has enough light to thrive.

I grew one of these at work. They're called Bali Star, at least that's what it says on the seed packet. I've never had them, but I think this variety will do fine for me!

I didn't put the pot in a pot for the photo, but I didn't put it in a pot at all. I watered the plant well and gave it indirect lighting.

This variety needs direct sunlight. I was surprised by the lack of blossoms, but I will be giving it some more light and will take a closer look to see what the problem is.

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We are a retired teacher and a retired paramedic, working together to keep ourselves busy and avoid the daily blues.

I got my start in making jewelry because my daughter wanted something unique to wear. Now I make pieces for myself and for sale.

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