Every gardener has favorite plants. Mine is a little vine called Ceropegia Distincta. It looks like nothing but a lot of green sticks a lot of the time, and then suddenly sprouts tendrils and leaves. Little flower buds form that turn into white and purple polka dotted upside down umbrellas that look like an illustration from a Dr Seuss book, this one from McElligot’s Pool. After months looking lifeless, the ceropegia is doing it again this week:
It’s not a metaphor for anything, but is just itself.
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How comforting to see the dear old Dr. Seuss plant still doing it after going dormant for so long. I probably dumped my plant way too early.
I think so. The guy at Hortus Botanicus says he lost his, too. When mine stops blooming, I promised him a cutting. He says they will root with a good rooting hormone.
Patience is a gift that yields many more. What a beautiful plant, Meryl!