I remember growing up and visiting my grandparents in Dallas, TX. , grandpa had aloe's growing up in a small greenhouse that he had set up on the side of the garage. He gave my mother some to take back home and she left them laying on top of a cabinet. I am sure it was months before she did anything with them and when she did, they took root and began to grow. I always knew that if I couldn't grow anything, I would be able to grow aloe's.
Then I looked over to the right and there on a very tall stem, was more blooms. This time on one of the "Chandelier plants", that my Mandy had given to me. It seems that since moving all my succulents into the sunroom this fall, they have started to flourish. Now the question I will be faced with this spring is "Do you lovely plants stay in here or do you want to move out side?"
As I was leaving to get my camera to take the pictures, my eye caught sight of another bloom. WOW! three in one day. I know that my Mandy tells me that I am bragging when I tell her about them, but I do suppose at some degree, she could be right. She always has some of the most interesting plants. And you would think that she could at least let me have my moment in the spot light! LOL
I would not be here at this moment in life, if it were not for my Mandy. So I love teasing her. She just happens to be my very best friend and I love spending time with her. Especially, if it has anything to do with plants or books. My favorite past times.
Now we will wait and she what treasures she finds in her greenhouse tonight. I am almost positive that she can outshine me!!!!!!