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Strong Will to Live

November 17, 2011

I spent all summer and autumn pulling morning glory seedlings out of my balcony planters. Sometimes I caught them when they were still tiny, sometimes I had to wait a little longer to be sure what was a morning glory and what was a radish, and sometimes I missed them until they were 30 cm high and already winding around some other plant.

When it turned cold, I thought they’d finally be finished. But it turns out I underestimated them:

Now they keep popping up in the plants that spent the summer on the balcony and are now back inside. And they don’t even need proper potting mix, either – they’re just as happy in the orchids’ bark chips! Crazy little things!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 18, 2011 04:57

    Those little leaves are one of my favorite sights each spring. You’re a lucky gal! Are you going to see how much they can grow indoors, or are you yanking them?

    • November 18, 2011 07:13

      Not going to give the spider mites more food, so they have to go. And many die between my rather infrequent waterings anyway.

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