I'd like you to meet my Rexel Cumberland Derwent Graphic pencil. You'll be seeing it a lot from now on. lol
Fakechuchi, wow....it looks so cute...short and fat....so cute.
...and the baby DR is not bad either!!
Gill from the UK.
really adorable :)
Aww. That's a cute little seedling.
This is actually a "Thank you" post--you're all to be "blamed" for the amazingness of this seedling! And to be "credited" for the recent Adenium addiction that my sister and I have developed over the past few months.
Switch verbs where appropriate lol
Mine is a jungle.
Tolip, jungle but still cute....maybe each needs it own home soon.
I like how some of those tap roots are exposed on a couple of them. Should make for an interesting adult plant later on from growing on their sides a bit.
Just updating. These seedlings are now one year old! They've been pruned, abandoned, resuscitated, repotted, dropped and batted at so many times I am amazed they are still alive.
Those look awesome! They are survivors lol. I love the fat ones but my favorite is the last branched one. Good job, keep up your perfect abuse! Ha ha.
What ever you are doing, keep it up!!!
Made me smile at the level of abuse! Maybe you are on to something... ;-)
They like it!!!
Hope you are doing well...
Thanks Laura and Heather!
I love these plants even more now. Character doesn't even begin to describe the many ways they survive so many things. I am trying to keep myself from digging them up to find out how cool the roots are.
It is so ridiculously cold and where I am, as soon as the snow melts on the ground, a fresh blanket of it appears in the morning. In these past two weeks, I have learned more about driving than I ever had in the last three years since I started!
It's like riding a bike. Literally. lol
Hot coco for everyone!