Look at my plant babies! I recently rescued some sad looking aloes and a random indoor plant from a very hot, unkempt corner of a hardware store. They’re a little tatty and the aloe could be doing better, so I’ve taken it upon myself to give these wondrous makers and givers of chlorophyl and oxygen a loving home – starting with transplanting into more suitable pots and giving them the treatment they deserve (not without payoff, you’ve heard of all the amazing things you can do with aloe, right?).
You may also spy some scallions and an ambiguous, plastic covered pot…these are little experiments for a DIY (kinda) post I want to do in the near future. Providing it works. I will divulge, however, that my scallions are doing fabulously since this photo was taken. The plastic covered pot remains secretive (to both you AND I), but I’m hoping to see some movement in the next week or so! If all goes according to plan, you can expect to be learning about foods you’ll only have to buy once (more) and never again. Who knew that you could grow your own fruits and vegetables this easily! I do, now. You will, soon.
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