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Home & Garden > Mother Nature--welcome to October Part 3
 

Mother Nature--welcome to October Part 3

I could write forever about Mother Nature and never run out of material! If you look at the dates on the pictures they have all been taken in the past few days. 1) is the mother plant and keeps on blooming at least 10 out of 12 months while in 4) is one of the branches I just snapped off and threw it in my 'whatever' pot and it has a bud ready to open. Guess it is too young to realize it is a "Christmas Cactus"! The middle row are my Geraniums which bloom every month all year round! Just look at the dates on the photos and if you look at past photos you will find every month they burst forward with blossoms. There are 4 different colors and I never know what color will show up in which of the 6 pots. How can you explain different colors in the pots? 9) An orchid attached to the tree and hasn't been cut down by the resident owners---yet! 12) This is another 'whatever' pot but in the kitchen. On the left side is a green pepper while on the right is a yellow Cuban blossom. Strange but the pepper plant seems to be only able to sprout 1 pepper at a time. 10) Obviously the squirrel never learned that the shortest distance is between the points of a straight line! He/she takes the long way by going around the whole tree until he/she gets to the top branches. How can anyone say they are bored when there is so much to see??

posted on Oct 6, 2019 2:01 PM ()

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comment by jjoohhnn on Oct 7, 2019 4:10 PM ()
reply by greatmartin on Oct 7, 2019 8:20 PM ()
You explain different colors in different pots the same as you explain different eye colors in the same family. But I think the explanation will wait for another time.
comment by jjoohhnn on Oct 7, 2019 10:06 AM ()
But the same pot blooming with different colors every month??? Sorry I've never seen someone with blue eyes today have brown eyes tomorrow---unless they use contacts!
reply by greatmartin on Oct 7, 2019 12:11 PM ()

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