Monday, January 28, 2008

plant update

The plant has been saved (please see "plant education" entry). Instead of taking up entomology, I took into consideration the future of my other plants and took action. I cut off two branches that had crazily infested leaves and left the last one as a survivor. It is spider-mite free (thanks to a serious wipe-down) and looks happy next to the piano where it gets large chunks of afternoon sunshine.


Becki said...

Hey Tricia! It was so great to hear from you! I'm so glad you said hi! Congratulations on your marriage last September! I hope we can stay in touch and check in on each other from time to time! Take care!


lori said...

Tricia - just found the BHS site and was so happy to see your blog listed! I'm excited to have this little technological peek at your life!

Hope you're well!!

lori said...

...sorry, should have clarified who I was! Lori (Packer) Truman

Jacob, Emily, and Jason said...

Nice work, Tricia! We should start calling you, Dr. Tricia, Plant Medicine Woman! You seem to have the green thumb I could only dream about...whenever Jake and I have tried having plants, they usually perk up the second we leave on vacation and die the minute we come home! Let's just say with this track record, we were understandably nervous about having kids! :) Seriously, though, I'm going to have to talk to you this spring/summer because I've decided to plant a container garden this year...any tips?