Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Is is still alive?

Here are my flowers that I kept over the winter in a cool basement. I get them up in front of a window the first of March. I begin to water them too. Hopefully it will produce new shoots and bloom by summer. It worked for me last year so I'll see what happens this year. Tomorrow I will show you what I hope they look like by summer.
Posted by Picasa


Mari said...

Do you just put them in the basement and ignore them? I would have thought they would just die.
I'll be interested to see how it grows!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Ah yes! A basement! In my entire life I have never had a basement. We had a cellar when I was a child. A dark dampish place with shelves on dirt that were lined with canned peaches..etc.
Anyway...got a feeling your plant will Spring :) to life once again.
And thanks for your sweet encouragement! It can be a bit much if you let it be..and well...leave it to me to "let it be!" Blogging, that is...

Anonymous said...

Hi Guys,Just registered here and looking to have a great time. I am looking for the best cash gifting program out there in the internet. Can you guide me?

Below are some sites that I found and I am not sure how much they are going to help me.
[url=http://www.squidoo.com/Residual-Cash-Forever-Cash-Gifting-System]cash gifting[/url]
[url=http://www.squidoo.com/Residual-Cash-Forever-Cash-Gifting-System]join cash gifting[/url]
[url=http://www.squidoo.com/Residual-Cash-Forever-Cash-Gifting-System]best cash gifting program[/url]

Growin' with it! said...

i can't help but smile at this post in how i feel like that plant today and i've got my face to the sun coming thru that window too!

thanks for the encouragement lately. it's meant a lot!!

Dr Chris Hill said...

Hi Connie,

Here's a good video I found on YouTube about religion, you might like to view it and see what you think.

”God in my life”

I think it makes a lot of good common sense don't you?

Chris Hill

American youth: Young gifted and passionate about religion. ”Fiery lady”

Nancy said...

Anxious to see how that will grow, I usually just throw all my plants out each fall, but maybe I will rethink that if yours bloom.