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Saturday, 14 June 2014

I am so sorry Mum!


 I have always been a horrific carer for plants. My mum has only just nursed back the brown stump that remained from my once beautiful university plant. So her giving me the responsibility of plant care duty while she was away for the week was never going to be good. In my defense, I have been working 12 hour days and having to contend with cat feeding, poop a scooping etc plants totally skipped my mind until I walked into the conservatory this glorious sunny Saturday. 

All I can say is 'I am so sorry mum'. Not only have I re-murdered my university plant. I have taken half of mums with it. 

So readers, I am asking...  begging for help. I have watered them, opened every door and window, even sung to them. I NEED them to turn green and perky ready for Mumma's return on Monday. Tips would be appreciated!

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5 comments:

  1. Hah I am totally the same!! Everything seems to be dying, I swear sometimes it just depends on the humidity in the room as well. I prefer to buy fresh flowers as then when they die it is expected!! x

    Jasmin Charlotte

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  2. I have no idea. I killed a plant by leaving it behind the curtain and forgetting about it...

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  3. I laughed. I'm sorry!
    I'm not brilliantly green fingered but Baby Bio is a miracle plant food. Give it a go?
    Hope they magic back to life! Failing that buy new ones or blame the cat!
    M x Life Outside London

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  4. I've killed many a plant in my time - including a couple of cacti. Which are pretty hard to kill. Sometimes I over water, sometimes I under water, but they all have the same out come. A bit of fertiliser in the water might pick them up or leaving them outside for a couple of days.

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  5. I am the worst with plants. I once left a mini kaktus on the balcony in a rainy storm :(

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