Swiped Plants

There are these incredibly bright bunches of flowers that are scattered all over our village roads. Seem to be of a succulent sort, as it is seen out in the open of full sun and thriving. Have no idea what they are called.

On our way home today (from the annual Gas Bash in Fontana, California), I asked hubby to pull over at the field that I’ve scouted out. I jumped out and pulled enough to fill two pots.

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The plants in the B6 bath have been moved to the greenhouse. I really enjoy my plant meter. I used it to determine which plants had soaked long enough. So handy! Paid a few bucks for it. It’s value is greater.

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Doesn’t take much to make me happy.

To be continued…

B6 Soak

I transplanted some plants, planted some plants.

Whenever I plant or transplant I always give the plants a good soaking with vitamin B6.

Steeping in B6 today are: calla lilies, some succulents, geranium, and hydrangea.

The geranium and hydrangea were given to me, by Mom. The geranium is special scented to repel bugs. You just grab some leaves and rub then on exposed skin.

The hydrangea blooms in three colors! Can’t wait to see that.

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Thanks Mom!

 

To be continued…