It has been raining like cats and dogs all day long. I heard a huge tree fall behind our house this afternoon, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the power goes out at some point too. In fact according to the forecast, there is suppose to be rain the next 7 days. Yikes!
So instead of heading outside today, I stayed inside and baked a pie, washed laundry and watered my indoor plants. The basil I planted 3 weeks ago under grow lights are doing great, and so is the amaryllis bulb I planted for my mother.
Besides watering the plants today, I also planted a flat of Buttercrunch lettuce. I plan on gifting some of it to Mrs. Hillbilly for Christmas because it’s her favorite. I hope she likes it.
I’m not sure what’s going on with the paperwhites though. The bulbs on the right side of both glass vases, appear to be a bit stunted. What’s up with that? Does anyone know why this is happening? At first I thought it was because the bulbs on the right were planted a bit higher than the ones on the left. But if you look at vase on the left, the bulb really isn’t much higher.
So what do you think? Why are the bulbs not the same height?
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