lululemon outlet A Conversation for Ask h2g2

A Conversation for Ask h2g2

(Mahatma) (bondage) 2legs I survived the Great Schism of 2014 Resident loon and Cloud Cuckoolander IN need of a proprietrix of a good whipping hand who owns a bullwhip. folding towels.

Ooo. the kentia, , or anythign that doesn’t lululemon outlet require much light soudn very interesting; none of my windows rare really suitable to have plants next to em, just the funny landing space (quite big), with the skylight, but that doesn’t relaly get much light. so that’s my main area to construct a green forrest in Mind, my first challange is this repotting the two existing plants, the rest will be after that. if the repotting goes well, I hope to get more compost and maybe more pots if I need em (I’ve various pots lurking about if I can locate them), then source more compost and the plants themsvelse I could possibly put some pots on teh wall in the hallway/landing, to use the space; though some of them would then end up being above a radiator, which might be less than good for some plants plus then I can potentially move down, to the bottom hallway (probalby less light), and think about plahting in there too

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(Mahatma) (bondage) 2legs I survived the Great Schism of 2014 Resident loon and Cloud Cuckoolander IN need of a proprietrix of a good whipping hand who owns a bullwhip. folding towels.

Posted Aug 9, 2013

Well I re potted them And, asides nearly cutting my hand off in the process, it seemed to go quite well. Solved the problem of what to do with the ‘goldfish bowl’ that the ‘vine plant’ was in; it hadn’t been moved for over a decade. I lifted it, and crack a crack, right round the entire bowl, just where the flat bottom of the bow lululemon outlet l, ’rounded’ to go ‘up’ to form the ‘bowl’ of the thing. just spontainiously so I binned it Really weird; the cheese plant had some roots, quite a bit I guess, but not as root bound as I’d expect (wondering if some of the roots had just died and rotted into the compost?) But, the vine plant thing (whatever it is), had no roots. seriously. well, none I could see. did my best guess at just sticking a ‘bit’ of it, into the compost. plenty of watering of the compost yesterday, whilst they were re pottered, and I’ll not water them today, I think, and I can see if they look like they’re still alive, in a day or two (one good sign will be iwth the cheese plant; a couple of its big leaves, are ‘facing the wrong direction’, as I’ve re angled it a bit, so its not impinging on ones progress up my staircase), If Its alive, I expect the leaves to gradually move round, so they’re facing towards the light I also expect to see a few actual green (and not limp) leaves on the vine plant thing, if its managed to survive Tempted to get a couple of spider plants, or something simular, to put into the pots with the cheese plant, and the vine plant thing, or the pots will just remain looking a bit bare, with lots of compost just on display on top that oughta be OK, innit?: letting the pots, which are quite big, have a couple plants in each? anyhow, don’t spider plants virtually take nothing at all from the s soil, cept a bit of water and just stability to anchor themselves in? Still hoping teh cheese plant main stem, might regain some ridigity and mean it isn’t as at quite such an annoying angle lululemon outlet . (I’ve had to use a bit of string to tie it, loosely to the stair baniter to stop the leaves, coming off the main stem, just flopping about over the stairwell again)

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(Mahatma) (bondage) 2legs I survived the Great Schism of 2014 Resident loon and Cloud Cuckoolander IN need of a proprietrix of a good whipping hand who owns a bullwhip. folding towels.

Posted Aug 9, 2013

oo. will have to have a look at that, I’ve err three unused nice pots (big) left, (though not enough of the things you put under the pot, to collect the water/water from , err whatever they’re called), and I’ve still 3/4 a bag of the compost left (can always get more mind) Might depend on what I can find to buy locally, or, I guess, if one can do s so, what I can order online some more green things would be nice, but maybe something that actually flowers could be kinda cool

I was lululemon outlet just thinking about your fishbowl vine, it kind of reminded me of a pothos philodendron I had once. I’d potted the thing and set on the ground outdoors in my semi tropical climate. It promptly escaped from the flowerpot, cut itself loose from it and established itself elsewhere in the garden. I put it back in the flowerpot and it escaped again. Apparently it just didn’t like that flowerpot. Eventually I gave up and let it find its own location.


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