Tradascantia

Tradascantia

After my Nan passed away I asked my sister to go and get me a specific plant and ornament from Nan's house. The ornament was one that I bought her many years ago - a beautiful Kingfisher - and the plant was rooted from a cutting she took off one I bought from a Church fete when I was nine - and so this beauty is 27 years old! Tradascantia Nan was meticulous about plant care. This one was a little dehydrated when I got it home (I had to travel 170 miles just to collect it and I arrived home with it today) but it's had a good soak and - as you can see - is looking rather wonderful. You can see the Kingfisher ornament on the shelf below. Sorry for the blurriness; the lighting in our hall is dreadful but using the camera flash would have bleached the image so as to be impossible to see what is what. Mods: Can we please have indoor plant, trailer and variegated tags?
Can this be real?

Can this be real?

this is my room….

this is my room….

Harvest Garlic: Zone 6 questions.

Harvest Garlic: Zone 6 questions.

The ‘after’ pictures (VERY picture heavy)

The ‘after’ pictures (VERY picture heavy)

Thought I’d share some color

Thought I’d share some color

The cactus that would (NOT) be dinner..and peas!

The cactus that would (NOT) be dinner..and peas!