Here's the 15+ year old Flowering Fukien Tea Bonsai
Here's my 19 year old Adenium obesum with a huge 17" circumference caudex that just finished flowering about a weeks ago
Here's the ol' Bougainvillea. She's mostly for foliage since she doesn't really get enough light indoors without grow lights to flower. though she will every few years throw a flower or two here and there.
Nothing to see here except an ordinary variegated pothos growing hydroponically on an aqueon hob filter for a 20g. She started off as a single leaf unrooted cutting 11 months ago, now's just a tad over 4 feet long with her longest trailer.
Here's the newest addition to the family. She's still suffering from shipping stress but should be fully recovered in a few weeks. Fully fragrant with the smell of peach blossoms persisting among hundreds of beautiful flowers, I present to thee my mother Hoya Lacunosa var. 'red leaf'. It is a perfectly suited succulent vine for growing in the average low-light household enviornment indoors, no more difficult to grow than pothos, yet even better, it flowers in these poor conditions. Tolerant of a wide variety of conditions and very hardy, unfortunately they tend to be quite rare and expensive for a nice sized flowering plant. Usually you have to order online, I suggest Ebay.
Note the reddness of the leaves here. Unfortunately it is unlikely they will turn red in low-light. Like most aquatics, they require more light to turn widespread red.
As you can see in this picture here, very easy plant to grow from cuttings. Often times, on a mature plant the longest vine stalks will already have aerial roots growing, just snip off a nice juicy stem with a clean cut and plop it in a vial of water or pot of soil with rotting hormone. It should be back to growing in a week. I fact, I am going to take a few cuttings for my hob filters, let's see if they take off. This will be my new experiment.
Let's not forget the flowers