Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Waiting and Watching | Week Two.


In spite of the cloudy, wet weather, both plants seem to be growing! Still, I'm sure they're appreciating the sunshine today.

I am, too! I've got a list of things to do inside but hopefully Holly and I can sneak out for a walk this afternoon. We need to experience sunny high 50's first-hand...I have a feeling we won't see weather again like this until next year ;-)

Happy Solstice!

(Week One)


10 comments:

  1. Wow!! I am showing this to my little burgeoning plants - and giving them the "you can do it" pep talk!!

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  2. I've got one amaryllis going great guns and another that hasn't even gotten out of the starting get yet. Thanks for sharing yours and enjoy that weather!

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  3. Your amaryllis are looking great! Hope you get your walk in!!

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  4. We have snow today so I'm envious of your sunshine on this first day of winter. Your amaryllis is growing so well!

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  5. They look great! I bet you'll have blossoms opening on the tallest one within a week or so. The companion plants really add to the planter; I might have to try that next year. I hope the smaller one will be ready in January when you and your sister are looking for blooms.

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  6. Looking good!
    Afraid my Christmas Cactus isn't doing so well...I moved it upstairs where it hopefully will get more sun...fingers crossedXXX.
    Cheers~

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  7. The sunshine and blue skies today were so uplifting. Will enjoy it while it lasts!

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  8. They sure look healthy! It sounds like it was a beautiful day in your neck of the woods - thankfully, our temperatures have warmed up a bit.

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  9. I'm beginning to think that the amaryllis I bought this year is a dud, it has been 10 days and there are no signs of life. It looks like you will be enjoying some beautiful blooms...enjoy!

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  10. Happy Solstice Mary!! Enjoy that sunshine. ;)

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