"bloviate: to speak or write verbosely, typically not about anything important
Wow, they have roots all over the place!! Good work! Will you leave them separate, or eventually combine them?
I love plants that do that. Good going!
They are developing well. Watch out when they become teenagers.
that is sweet to give them names... and there is something symbolic with the roots and the names from your family ;O)
Lol on Diane's comment (I know what it's like raising a teenage daughter). But seriously, the plants are doing so well.
I have some in a glass on my kitchen counter but it has no name. Will you eventually put these in dirt or just leave them in the glass?
Hello,They are growing well, I like their names.Love the puns, have a happy day!
Hari OmLucille and Helen are very pretty indeed and clearly intend to stay around for a while! ... I got a surprise yesterday when some cut basil I had ordered from the supermarket, and kept in a glass of water for freshness, developed root shoots! I have nowhere to plant it though... YAM xx
I needed your humor this morning. Lucille and Helen are doing beautifully!
Aloe, ladies! Well, I remembered Lucille ... sorry, Helen. Those roots are crazy! I walked back in the bedroom to glare at mine -- "Why can't you be more like Philomena's Daughters?"
Here is a low carb recipe you might like - https://thatlowcarblife.com/chaffles/I bought a small grill $10 from Amazon and am going to try it.Sandie
Man...your plants thrive where they live...Mine...not so muchLove that healthy root system.Sue
You have such a green thumb...and a knack for giggly puns!!
Wow, Helen and Lucille are thriving - they look fabulous!!!Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
“ALOE” :) Helen and Lucille are fine names :) and look marvelous!
They are growing fast.
The punster lives! 😁
Best of "fronds"! Some people talk to their plants to encourage growth Naming them seems like a fun growth encourager, too. This post made me smile!
Very nice. I have some pothos growing in water.
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