Thursday, January 15, 2009

In England they call them "pot plants"



I've been wrong before... I could be wrong again.

7 comments:

Suka said...

For 1.1 mil, I'd insist on harvest rights.

Marytoo said...

I'd be careful turning on that ceiling fan in the #10 picture.

Meg said...

"No, Mom. I swear. It's a Dutch Fern. It's a project for Mrs. Jenkins AP Biology class. Other kids are doing it too. You want me to get a good grade don't you? If I don't get a good grade on this I'll have to go to Carlow and not Duquesne!"


(Just kidding Carlow peeps. I love ya too. *pounds chest, throws peace sign*)

Susie Q said...

No wonder they could afford that million dollar baby!
Thank you for the laughs...I found your blog this week and am so loving it!

Anonymous said...

Oooooo....are they serving brownies at the open house? I'm sure they'll get LOTS of offers.

sighquietly said...

ahh...there is nothing like living the high life

Paul Riddell said...

Speaking as someone who raises and sells carnivorous plants, I'm willing to bet that you have a very serious legitimate gardener here. Judging by the expense of the equipment, I'm figuring either orchids or roses. Either way, any time someone tries to give me grief about raising carnivores, I just smile and point them in the direction of orchid or rose people. I could climb into a public fountain at noon, fart in the pool, and bite the bubbles, and I'd still be more well-adjusted that some orchid people.