Saying Goodbye to My Babies

Last October I promised Maureen Martin that I would  propagate some plants from my garden in aid of cancer research.  Maureen and Keith propagate plants  from their garden all year around and sell them twice a  year in Lane Cove.  I have attended a couple of their sales and always found plants to bring home.

The next sale is in April but I already have a number of plants ready to go.  My place is tiny so I sent Maureen an SOS and this morning she and Keith came over and took them off my hands so that I can continue to strike more cuttings.

Into her car went:  eight fig trees, three roses, two curry leaf trees, an Arabian jasmine and a gardenia; all propagated from my garden plants.  Goodbye babies, see you in April!

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About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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8 Responses to Saying Goodbye to My Babies

  1. arlingwoman says:

    This is a really neat thing to do, Mary. What a variety, too.

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  2. angela1313 says:

    Oh to have your skill! That they go out to not just enhance peoples lives but work toward saving them is just wonderful.

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  3. zdunno03 says:

    They’re off for a good cause.

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