After an intense week of Hanukkah crafting, (and nothing to share with you just yet as I have to wait until my client posts the projects on their site) and a house that looks like it was burglarized or possibly hit by a hurricane, it is time to clean up!
And what does this have to do with rooting purple heart cuttings you may ask? Well the first place we always start our big clean up is in the living room,as that is the easiest place to tackle and the room you first see when you enter our house. And as it turns out, there were more than a couple of glasses and cans hanging around holding cuttings that I was rooting in water, and a great way to clear away that clutter was to, yes, at long last plant them in dirt!
So yes indeed, after a year long hiatus in the planting department on account of the shemittah year in Israel, it is back to business in the garden. And so when I took the cuttings out of the water and saw how large the roots had become, I just had to share it with you, as there is something so truly wonderful about making more plants from cuttings, especially when the cuttings are so cooperative!
That is all for now, back to finding the table under the huge mound of craft supplies, sigh.