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Posted: Jan/10/2009 11:00 AM PST
I sit here in beautiful Deerfield, Ma near a glowing fire, just in last night from Waterford Ct, my home base. I was feeling sadened that the herb plants brought in late October have not fared very well, lack of water by my male half in residense here certainly being the case. Even the sweet cyclamen has passed, but then there is electic heat wrapping all along the wall. He's openned his fog lamp and set it up, the essential humidity corection has been accomplished, Merry Christmas!
Is there a local nursery to visit for a few primroses and perhaps a few P. Obconica or P.malicoides this cold snowy January of 2009? If the stars were aligned properly a martha washington geranium or two,might be a tougher choice with more of an eye on survival... He hints about wanting an orchid, has a book for their care already on the shelf, he does love to cook, microgreens? wheatgrass? Not sure which direction to head by car, .......WRSI radio, however and the warmth of the fire as I move my yellow upolstered chair a bit closer and add a new log, joining this resourceful site may just create the perfect armchair gardener fantasy, maybe a cup of tea....hmmm. I could photo my starting point here and ask for suggestions from this internet community I've found....Great light, essential hummidity and a super busy beau who sometimes forgets to water... what to do???hmmm
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Location: Kellyville, Okla
Posted: Jan/10/2009 5:00 PM PST
Welcome to Garden Guides, gardenchi, nice photos, it looks like your Beau already has an indoor garden.
Location: Lancaster, SC
Posted: Jan/12/2009 3:18 AM PST
Welcome to the neighborhood. I'm not familiar with your area, but I'm sure someone on here can help to direct you. It seems that you do have a good start on your indoor garden. Enjoy reading around the forums and have fun.