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Tuesday, October 13, 2020

I was so excited to chance upon a little yellow bud from my fittonia plant while watering. When I took a closer look, there's actually another bud.
















This plant has been growing in the same open terrarium for years now. Although it has past its prime in terms of look, it is doing really well in terms of health. Otherwise, it will not flower at all, right?


Glow vine is seldom planted around my neighbourhood. I am growing it as a bush in my garden. So each time after the flowers have spent, I will prune the stems.


Azalea is a forever bringer of joy :) This plant has been really productive in producing flowers. This time around, there are at least ten of them.


It is easy to finish watering my plants in my small garden. Only thing is that the weeding and pruning tasks can take longer and tedious. These two tasks unfortunately are never ending. Alas, do you still want to garden? 


Have a great day!

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8 comments

  1. Wow ! Stephanie you have a green thumb for terrarium. I had failed miserably in growing terrarium many times .It would be interesting if you share your post on my link up party related to gardening here at http://jaipurgardening.blogspot.com/2020/10/garden-affair-fruit-harvest.html

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    1. Yeah, I am surprised to see this progress too. Ok, I will share at that link you proposed. Have a great day!

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  2. It's quite exciting when seeds sprout or plants flower. I've just planted some purple poppies and I can't wait to see what they look like!!

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    1. Hi Lydia,

      Glad you stopped by. Seeds can really surprise us. They are smallish yet when they become plants, they can be giants!

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  3. Thanks for linking up with Garden Affair.

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  4. Seeing and enjoying the lush plants and flowers we feel so rewarded, make us forget the never ending weeding which sometimes give us backache :))

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