This houseplant (Tradescantia Zabrina), underneath, is in an 8 inch pot.
This is a picture of laziness. I meant to put up the hanger outside my door within the week of getting 10 or so sprigs and putting them in dirt. I meant to do it the following week too, when I actually moved the plant outside and put it in a semi shady area which used to be my holding pen area.
I grew up calling this plant "Wandering Jew" and I can see where the wandering tag might have come from. Anyone around here want some?
This blushing bride hydrangea was in a gallon pot. This is another picture of laziness. I bought 3 hydrangeas on the same day. Hydrangea #1 was planted within a few days. Hydrangea #2 took me about 3 weeks to get in the ground. This hydrangea, over to the right - nearly 2 months. When he did get out of the pot, he had to have the majority of his roots shredded because he was so pot bound that unless he was sitting in water he would droop. Now he has no rootsystem to speak of, and its the hottest part of the year. Therefore he looks like crap every day for hours and he is tiny compared to everyone else. He called social services on me twice, and has refused to bloom.
A picture of gross negligent laziness. (really bad) Too much sun. I knew there was way too much sun... kept saying "must get ladder out and move that plant." As you can see it is still there, having died of heatstroke. No amount of watering can make a plant who hates sun tolerate a dozen 100 degree days in the sun. I am taking his corpse down today. I promise. As soon as I drag down that ladder. Maybe tomorrow.
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