Negligence of the green and innocent – a tale of terror :)

Negligence of the green and innocent – a tale of terror :)

I almost accidentally killed my Moonflower seedlings today. In the morning, I did what I always do in the mornings: lifted them out to the backyard to "harden" them - i.e. to get them used to the outside air instead of our centrally-heated flat. It was a bit windy, though, but the sun was shining heartily, so I thought nothing of it. At one p.m. I left for a test at the Uni and left the seedlings outside. When I came back, several hours later, the wind was even worse. I still thought nothing of it, since the Moonflowers had sustained even colder afternoons without damage. I made dinner, went to the library, and finally decided to look in on the plants. The horror! They had flopped. I can't think of a better word: the leaves were hanging limp and lifeless, even the stems were drooping a little. I quickly scooped them back inside, but had small hope of them ever rejuvenating. But lo and behold: as I'm writing this, a few hours later, the seedlings are gradually getting back in shape. By the look of them, you wouldn't guess their earlier state of imminent demise. I honestly thought I had killed them. Praised be the eternal resilience of green things! And the dumb luck of stupid gardeners...
My shelf plans for grow lights and seedlings

My shelf plans for grow lights and seedlings

Can I have an ID please?

Can I have an ID please?

Passion flower/fruit question

Passion flower/fruit question

Need ID on Plant

Need ID on Plant

hi!!

hi!!

Suckers

Suckers