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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Indoor Plants

I don't like seeing my plants die outside because of the cold weather so I took some of them and brought it inside such as the daisies on the pots, wandering jew, taro plant, lemon grass, and the basil. I am not sure if they will survive inside the house but it seems that they are doing pretty well.
The chinese bamboo that my very good friend Shy has given me. It's getting  taller and thicker hehehe.  I bought some taro roots to cook but then I forgot about it so I put it in a pot and it's now growing.
I am really disappointed that I can't see Brad Pitt on the  film shooting that they are doing over here in our town.  So since I couldn't find him, I'll just go to bed for now hahaha.  Goodnight everyone!

21 comments:

  1. Wishing you a happy weekend full of joy!

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  2. The bamboo is lovely,and I am sure that it will thrive inside the house. It grows well and will leave a wonderful shadow during the cold months...

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  3. Wonderful shadow shots. The second shot almost looks as if the plants are part of the wall design.
    I hope that they continue to thrive inside.

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  4. Really great shadow shots for the day, Rose! Lovely plants and shadows! Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  5. Fantastic capture and very artistically done.

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  6. I hope all the plants you brought inside your house will survive the winter season. And I pray that winter will not be as excessively cold as last year. Don't be sad that you did not see the filming of the Brad Pitt movie. Just look at John when he is sleeping and you will find someone better good looking and warmer than Brad Pitt, lol. Just give him a kiss of appreciation for all he has done for you and the kids. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  7. Great shadows and yea, I'd probably just got bed too if I knew Brad Pitt was in my town and I couldn't get to him :)

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  8. Nice shadow shots, love the second one.

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  9. Good idea sis! Kasi sureness patay lahat ng halaman sa labas... I learned that lesson last year... Lahat ng veggies ko namatay.. Nwalan tuloy ako ng gana magtanim ulit... Sabi nga nila, magtanim ay di biro... nyahahaha

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  10. Good luck with your plants. I hope they do ok indoors. Have a great week :)

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  11. Beautiful shadow shots, I bring some plants inside too. We had our first frost last night, so I'm glad I got the plants inside last weekend.

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  12. I love leafy shadows and these are beautiful

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  13. you're a natural green thumb, rose! khit anong itanim mo, tumutubo, ang galing! di yata ako gnyan. nmatay un bonsai ko dati, mahal pa naman un!!!

    nyway, di ko siguro alam gagawin ko pag nakita ko si Brad Pitt. Hayyy...kung sakali, alam ko na un feeling ni Angelina kaya nainlove siya hehehe :)

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  14. Better they stay & live inside your cosy home rather than outside.

    See? they gave you what your looking for too?

    Happy Sunday kabayan...

    x0x0
    /chie

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  15. o bakit di pa pala tapos yung shooting... umuwi na dito.. kanina pa .. ay naku BRad Pitt.. bat di ka nagpakita kay Rose...lol...

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  16. I like plant shadows a lot, yours make no exception.

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  17. nice shots! sa province namin dami chinese bamboo.. madali siya mabuhay pero sa winter dyan, siguro nga need to put it inside the house. btw, sayang naman sis, kung ako siguro, fly ako sa location.. abah, naman si brad pitt...waaaa.. di ako makakatulog lalo niyan kung di ko makita..

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  18. Your bamboo makes a very lovely shadow!!



    Thanks for your recent visits to my blogs!


    Junie

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  19. Beautiful shadows, Rose. Love the first one so much.

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  20. sensya na po sis at huling huli sa pila...day off ko kasi pag weekend...hehehe!

    ang galing naman....haba naman nyang chinese bamboo mo badingding....bakla sent me one too....:)

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