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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Sun Exposure

Having indoor plants is an advantage but during winter, it is a bit tricky because you can't bring your plants outside for sun exposure.  The best place to put your indoor plant is by the window where sunlight can still shines through.  Some of my indoor plants died but these two that I put in our dining room  window is doing really well.
Ms. Burrito was  asking me when are we going to put the  patio furniture out.  I told her that as soon as it warms  up a little, we would bring it out.
We brought our  patio furniture  inside because I did not want it to get damaged  outside with the harsh weather.  

20 Smart Readers SAID::

Shengkay Apuhin said...

look at that model..pretty!...i dont know kong green thumb din ba ako.. never tried of planting plants...

Dhemz said...

pretty in red ang model...:) day off mo this week sis? hehehee

Rovie Aguis said...

It is a good thing that your plant can still get enough sunlight even inside your house.

Ms.Burrito looks like she is enjoying her pose ;)

Kim Nagel said...

I wish my plants could get more daylight. They truly flourish outdoors.

kulasa said...

your little Miss is really such an awesome model! love her red dress and that stunning smile! I wish the plants could have a ray of sunshine on them soon! :)

Algene said...

I've always wanted to place an indoor plant for my room pero I don't think I can take good care of it well kaya wala nalang :)

Sandy B said...

I don't have indoor plants. With 2 kids and 3 dogs there is way to much going on for them to be safe.

Teresa Martinez said...

Your daughter seems to be really looking forward to a warmer weather. Lovely as always.

jenn said...

i've attempted to grow plants before i had caleb but it all turned out a disaster, lol! i dont think i have a green thumb. but still im going to try and take care of plants again when the weather gets a litttle warm.

papaleng said...

I am so curious about what type of plant you have. Hope it is not the one that is poisonous.

rona said...

I like how your daughter has that interest with plants and taking care of them herself as well. I'm thinking that she has that green thumb already!

Chubskulit Rose said...

Thanks for your concern Papaleng, I am sure that the plant isn't poisonous. It is a sanseviera, we have a lot of this in the Philippines!

Rita VonCoupon said...

The other trick is that the window can't be too drafty! Put them in a drafty window and they'll fail.

Coolmoms Cooltips said...

Your inside feels like a deck
How lucky

Healy Harpster said...

I never had those indoor plants but I am planning of getting some this year!

Dhemz said...

visiting again from comex...:)

Lainy said...

Honestly, the beauty of the plant pales in comparison to Rye's true beauty. She does her pose in front of the camera really, really good. May future yan Rose sa pag-aartista. Hihihi!

Nova Hedges said...

i'm sure burrito couldn't wait to hang outside...that's what we do too with our outdoor plants got to keep them inside the house during winter to keep them alive...

HorsingAround InLA said...

Glad you can still have some house plants, even if the weather is not so nice outside!! :)

Engkantandang Malikot said...

Lucky! I am not a green thumb.. kaya I envy everyone who is! ♥

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