Broken plant experiment/Experimentul planta rupta

By: Miki

Jun 13 2012

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Category: Flowers, Garden


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About 2 weeks ago I bought 4 new plants for the garden. When planting one of them, a blanket flower, I noticed that it was broken and normally I would have thrown the broken bit away, but now I thought: let’s give it a shot and place it in the ground, just like that, without roots. So far I’m not dissatisfied with the way it looks, it’s clearly not dying, so maybe it will survive and become a plant…

What do you think, will it make it? (in the photo above on the right)

Acum vreo 2 saptamani am cumparat 4 noi plante pentru gradina. Cand sa o plantez pe una dintre ele, o gaillardia aristata, am observat ca se rupsese, in mod normal as fi aruncat crenguta rupta, dar acum m-am gandit: hai sa incerc si sa o plantez asa, fara radacini. Pana acum nu sunt nemultumita de felul in care arata, in mod clar nu pare sa moara, asa ca poate va supravietui si va deveni o planta de-a binelea…

Ce credeti, va rezista? (in poza de sus e cea din dreapta)

If you don’t know what a blanket flower looks like, this is it:

Daca nu stiti cum arata o gaillardia aristata, asa deci:


3 comments on “Broken plant experiment/Experimentul planta rupta”

  1. Oahai, daca ai inceput cu denumiri latinesti inseamna ca esti pe cale sa devii experta …
    Poate trebuia sa O pui si pe ea intai in apa sa faca niste radacini, ca mâțișorul
    Sanatate ii dorim gaillardiei! 🙂

  2. it looks promising!

    we have Blanket Flowers (also called Firewheels) growing here on the east coast of the US
    yours are beautiful

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