Help and advice required
PhilPub wrote (see)
I kept my Chinese Elm for a while after it died, and told myself it was a "winter landscape". It may have even sprouted some tinsel over Christmas. That's it - stick some mini fairy lights on it. That'll look pucka.
I kept my Chinese Elm for a while after it died, and told myself it was a "winter landscape".
It's two years since mine died and it's still sitting on a shelf in the kitchen
The cactus that I've had about the same length of time is still looking good, despite being watered about twice in 2 1/2 years.
I also like spider plants, as they're pretty hard to kill.
Graham "legs in threads" wrote (see)
It's now more of a bonsai twig than a bonsai tree
I also have a 'winter landscape' bonsai guiltily lurking in the shad so am very glad to find I am not the only heartless Bonsai killer out there.
Mind you, the four ex-cacti and the ex-Aloe Vera plant that preceeded it should have told me I was not any good at this plant stuff....
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