I know it's a busy time of the year, but we need to stay in touch. This is such a good forum..............let's keep it active.
I am almost through with the Christmas decorations (and yes, Bob, I did wait until after Thanksgiving to start them), and since we are getting some much needed rain, I will have more time to spend indoors than normal. Let me know what some of you are doing this time of year.
Well, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you! I worked today! And than went to our dog club Christmas Party. It has been cold and foggy here, and is supposed to be that way for the next few days. Glad my brugs are all tucked in the basement. S
I had trouble logging on until just a little while ago. Love the holiday look of the forum,but,I have my speakers turned all the way up and can't hear any music,maybe I need to turn my hearing aids up.
Hi, Bob.................I don't plant mine out until Spring, but if you have a safe, warm place to store it, you could do so now. I like to just leave mine outside once I put them in containers. Good for you to get this one going, is a named brug or a noid? I have come to love my noids for their beauty and fragrance, and really don't need a name to like one.
Wow! someone finally posted a message! I quit looking for about a week, because I got tired of seeing Happy New Year--I was going to post something about valentines day!
I have a cutting rooting in water also, (not really a cutting, a broken branch from a windstorm) It is named, but I am going to have to look at mine to see what name it is! Cant find my tags to put on it. Roots are quite good, and has several nice lush leaves. My brugs in the basement are also putting forth leaves, I don't like them to do that too soon, since than they get spider mites, so I put them outside even though it is too cold for them.
Anyway, I think everyone is ready for spring. We had winter (snow and ice) last week, just rain this week.
Thankfully, someone closed the gate before that snow storm got to Texas. We have had much needed rain, causing flooding in some areas, but we won't complain as it is filling up our lakes and aquifers again.