Saturday, May 30, 2009
Dr. Seuss Lives
Remember that crazy looking mandevilla that I tried to nurse through the winter indoors? I named it my "Dr. Seuss plant". Well, just in case anyone cares, I did move it out of doors this spring. It is alive - barely. I had hoped that it might actually start thriving and give me more of its beautiful, big flowers. Turns out, it is still hanging on, still a skinny, scrawny little thing. No flowers. No buds. But still a few nice, green leaves. I haven't the heart to dump it after it has survived so long. It is on my front step, under the hummingbird feeder where it lived last year, but sort of hiding behind a huge pot of petunias. If it ever decides to climb the pole toward the feeder, it is free to do so. Poor thing.