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Chris and her six new plants – Six Word Saturday & Monday Windows

This post is in response to Debbie’s at Travel With Intent blog Six Word Saturday Challenge. This is my entry for Ludwig Keck’s challenge called Monday Windows.

Plants 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. You are seeing her rhododendron outside her office window.

And plant 6, the peace lily that her boss sent her after she got home. This window is showing our maple tree.

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  1. I tried to leave a comment using the Jetpack app on my phone. Couldn’t do it. What I was going to say was that the first thing that came to mind on seeing the five colorful flowerpots on the windowsill, and the pleasant greenery outside, was lightness and simplicity. Then I saw the posts on the wall and felt that I really got the intended feeling. Nice photos!

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  2. Looking at the peace lily, I realized my mother had one growing in our house for decades. She grew it in water, not soil and it thrived though I only remember it blooming a few times. I suppose it was early hydroponics. I recognized the leaves.


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