Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Still hanging in there.

17 comments:

  1. Amazing! Whenever I've tried to keep one of these beauties past Christmas it always lost all its leaves. Never could figure out if I was over or under watering. You seem to have the magic touch! ;-)

    Smiles,
    Carol

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  2. Thanks for those kind words but truth is, I have the brownest thumb EVER! I can kill honeysuckle - no joke. This little guy was a gift to us at Thanksgiving and it's one tough plant I guarantee.

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  3. Are you sure that's not a silk plant?! (Yes, I am teasing.) I am amazed, as your other readers have stated, that this is still alive. Mine usually die on the car ride home from the nursery. Outdoors my flowers flourish. Indoors, they commit suicide.
    Stop by my post today. I am hoping you will participate. I think your little Gs will like it.

    Deborah

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  4. That is really impressive! My hyacinth is fading and it's only been a week!

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  5. How pretty! I've never had good look with those. A week after the holidays and mine are dead.

    Enjoy the rest of your week.
    www.what-comes-next.net

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  6. That's beautiful! I'm trying to get ours to not keel over DED...so share some tidbits? Like what kind of light is it getting? How much are you watering it? Are you using fertilizer and what kind? Are you using good ole' tap water or something else?

    Yeah, I know lots of questions!:D

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  7. That's beatiful and all but Christmas is over girl! It's almost time for May Day now!

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  8. Wow that is impressive!

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  9. Hey, OK Granny, I've given your blog the Sunshine Award. Check out my blog!

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  10. I cannot believe your poinsettia is still living. I never have any luck with them. I have seen other people grow them much larger and longer, but not me. I do enjoy them at Christmas time.

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  11. I am so jealous.

    Hey, my peace lilies aren't looking too good. Got any suggestions?

    Sweet dreams.

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  12. Mine died already. A slow, painful death because I can never seem to remember to water them.
    In re to NASCAR, my absolute favorite is Elliot Sadler. Then Carl Edwards, then Jr. , then Smoke.

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  13. You do have a magical touch. Mine seem to die as soon as I get them. I have one indoor plant that I really don't care for,but it was a gift.I keep hoping that it would die but it is growing like crazy.
    Thanks for stopping by.

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  14. I dont know what I would do if you couldnt blog. There would be a big empty hole in my day.
    Our red bud tree is in the middle of of yard with no other trees really around it...
    That monitor you had was REALLY huge!!

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  15. Your thumb is greener than mine!

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