August 31, ’09: The Bulbs followed me home from the store. I will try to give them a good home.
They are something called “Lucky Clover“.
Let’s see if they will be Lucky!
This is before water.
May 1st ’10: the “Bulbs” have died. It wasn’t my fault! They just ceased to exist at some point.
February 10th ’10: the “Bulbs” continue to live … although they’ve lost all their cute faces. They look more like a regular crappy plant now.
October 26th ’09: the “Bulbs” continue to produce a few new flowers as a few die. Some of their pellet/soil has been removed by people knocking them over, but they are fighters.
October 13th ’09: the “Bulbs” are still growing slowly and getting used to their new home.
September 23rd ’09: Has it been 9 days since I’ve updated this? Wow!
The “Bulbs” are doing fine. They have a wind swept look about them … since their little faces are facing the opposite direction to the camera here.
September 14th ’09: The “Bulbs” are growing like mad and have new shoots coming out daily … or when I actually look at it.
September 10th ’09: The “Bulbs” have settled in. They haven’t learned how to use the remote controls yet, but I’m keeping them out of reach anyway.
September 8th ’09
This is 8 days later on September 8th!
I think these guys will flourish!
I dunno if I’d trust them. Those growing bits could wrap around your throat & squeeze like a python
I really like these! Looks like a good example of phototropism.
Thanks for the comments.
The Experiments have all been updated again as of October 26th ’09.
Tony: No pythonlike throat squeezing has happened yet, but constant vigilance is still the order of the day.
Tammy: I’ll turn them around and see what happens.
You must have 2 green thumbs. Or really good light.