Thursday, February 11, 2010

Waiting For A New Home

A couple years ago I had a number of these queen palms moved to another spot in the front garden in SJC. Unfortunately they were placed over the septic tank area and had to be moved again when I needed to access the tank for pumping. It has been too wet to do much with them the past weeks so they are laying patiently on the path waiting to be relocated. Luckily they are a hardy plant that can take this kind of abuse and bounce right back.

4 comments:

Susan at Winterberryfarm Primitives said...

Hi Sheila!
I found you through Blotanical. I was once a Master Gardener here in Delaware and look where it got me! I am now finishing up my PhD in Plant Science at the University of DE and still remember starting out as a MG and how much fun it was working with my local schools and the community. I love your blog. Keep up the good work!
Susan

Edith Hope said...

Dear Sheila, Plants are great survivors! I have moved many things, perhaps not quite as large as your palms, at all times of year and, provided they are cherished, they always have come through for me. Good luck.

Stone Art said...

Just pop them in the post box, I'll take them off your hand. They will grow in Ireland, right?

. . . Lisa and Robb . . . said...

wow, that's crazy!