Sunday, November 12, 2006

Letting My Babies Go

I guess it'll always be hard for me - you take cuttings, you root them... and then one day you have to decide that it is time for them to go out into the wide world. I hope that it will be happy out there, grow lots and produce flowers for its new owner.
So, bye bye Australis, may you have a safe trip and a good life somewhere. Oh, and make me some money while you're at it :)


roybe said...

Nice angle on the shot. It looks a healthy plant. Because you are in the E.U. does that mean you can freely trade cuttings etc. without all the permits and things?

Hilary said...

As far as I know. I received a plant the other day from the Netherlands in soil and there were no problems, and I've sent cuttings to Germany and Sweden.