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October 16, 2012 § 22 Comments
..to own a plant again. It’s been awhile.
Tagged: green, happiness, i love plants, Journaling, plants, smile, what to do when you have a broken heart, who is John Galt, writer, writing
Yes, you must try again…unless you have a kitty like I do. He keeps attacking and destroying them. Indoor plants can help with air quality in a wonderful way!
Yes do try again there is something about having plants in the house that yes helps with air quality but is also a bright ray of sunshine on those cold dreary days of winter. “)
precise, to-the-point and amazing!
how about a lemon plant? It’s what all the cooi kids are growing nowadays
Good luck~ Try a cactus unless you want something to snuggle.
Be brave. Don’t overwater. Don’t get clingy. I just had a 10-yr-old Cotoneaster dry up and die this summer. So don’t underwater, either. Find the balance. Om Mani Padme Hum.
Go for it!
LOL I sympathize, Coco. I actually once killed a cactus ! Good luck with it ! 🙂
i would like to see the photo of it 🙂
Live green! Im holding on to my mint plant which has surprisingly kept on surviving against all odds (eg my “black thumb”)! Maybe you could start with a cactus 🙂
HaHA. May the good Lord bless your green thumb.
I suggest a Jasmine vine. Beautiful perfume, lovely white flowers.
Mine did not do well with my help, so my wife took over and it has absolutely gone crazy with blooms this year.
I had a gardener friend tell me look for plants with leaves that look plasticy. Supposedly they do well in low-water environments, which works well if you’re like me and forget to water them as often as necessary. 😉
You should. They’re great.
Minature cactus are nice to have around but don’t touch ’em…
Violets bloom upon my windowsilll . . . my window faces east.
I thought so too, but then I spontaneously took a trip to Europe and forgot to make alternate arrangements. But maybe I’ll be inspired by you and try again. 🙂
what you wrote is gorgeous, I love your blog,
P.S you should also look at my blog? thank you very much if you do.
Try letting the plant own you. I think you’ll like it.
Good luck! 🙂
Contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org for a tree that is impossible to kill. He lives on the Big Island (Fuku Bonsai) and he is a wonderful man. If you go there, you will see trees hundreds of years old. You can keep Dwarf Shefflera in the house! Deers ate my and they came back. Tough plant. Say Hi to Dave.Fukuyama. He is a kind sensei.
hahahaha…at first i read PLANET instead of PLANT on thought, why not, since Napoleon its been a while, still like PLANET better, with me PLANTS only survive long enough when plastic, always forget that they actually do need water.
amazing blog youre having here..
wish crazy sweet day, franza
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