This is a sweet shamrock plant that I picked up at the grocery store. You know at the end of check-out lanes. So you are tempted while just waiting.
I made a remark to Missy over at This & That, that I have always wanted a shamrock plant ...but knowing me , I would forget to water it. But look Missy, it was one dollar....almost a steal. If I would keep this on the kitchen window sill, I may remember to give it a drink once a week. Maybe :):) If I have it next year, I'll post a photo.
We may get some rain today. I am praying if we get any moisture, it is very little. Our ground is saturated right now. Wishing everyone a great day. xo
Oh, Susie! I am no good at taking care of plants. Thank goodness for my husband, or we wouldn't have any! I'll be watching for that shamrock next year!:-) xo NellieReplyDelete
My kids used to make fun of me when it came to plants...not thinking they consumed all my thoughts and care.LOL. xoxo,SusieDelete
I don't know if I've ever seen a real live shamrock. I thought they just grew in the fields. Shows how little I know.ReplyDelete
I only knew about them, cause my daughter got one from a pupil once. :)xoxo,SusieDelete
I think rain is headed your way Susie as it raining pretty hard here and there is water standing in the frozen yard.ReplyDelete
The shamrock plant is beautiful.
I did get some rain, now it's drizzle. Hooray it is Spring tomorrow. xo,SusieDelete
$1 wow. At my grocery they were $4. I love shamrock plants. They are hard to keep, at least for me. I don't think they like a lot of water. Anything green with a flower on it is a good thing after this winter. I bought a pot of daffodils......has only had two blooms......and an African violet.ReplyDelete
Oh Debby, I am ready for flowers and green plants, birds singing...good bye old man winter, right. xo,SusieDelete
We will remind you to water it :)ReplyDelete
But $1... that's almost free!!!
It's pretty! Totally worth the buy!
Tammy, I may try watering , like my daughter...she uses ice cubes.:) xoxo,SusieDelete
so pretty, my daughter has hers for years, what a great buy, I just came from the grocery store an they were 8 dollars,ReplyDelete
Hey, I got a deal !! xoxo,SusieDelete
I had a shamrock plant once. It didn't last for me. I hope you have better luck with it. It's drizzling off and on here too. At least it's not more snow!ReplyDelete
Kathy, We are getting drizzle too. My daughter had a shamrock for a few years, She waters her plants with a couple ice cubes at a time. xoxo,SusieDelete
I want a shamrock plant, Susie! How delightful this is. I've never seen one before.......and only a dollar! I hope it's still alive next year so you can show us again.ReplyDelete
It has been very nice here lately, and loving the sunshine.
Oh, how fun! It's lovely. We all need a little green in our lives. :-)ReplyDelete
So glad you got the plant. That was a great price. HOpe you have a good evening.ReplyDelete
What a sweet little plant. I think the kitchen window sill would be a perfect place for it (and there is lots of water handy)ReplyDelete
Love your plant!! I've never seen a shamrock plate before. Thanks for always leaving me such nice comments!!ReplyDelete
Sorry I can't spell anymore. Meant to say plant.ReplyDelete
Awe, I've never seen one before. It's so pretty. I hope the rain passes you by and let's keep our fingers crossed that old man winter gets pushed on out the door soon. I'm like you, it doesn't take much to make me happy. I want to hear the little birds sing and see some green grass. lol Hugs to you my friend, xoReplyDelete
It looks so very cheerful. Keep it alive and you'll have good luck FOREVER! (I think.)ReplyDelete
It's a lovely plant. As we say in the supermarket business," Your first loss is your best loss." We did the same thing in my store. Once St. Patrick's day is over they want to move 'em out.ReplyDelete
It looks like you got an amazing deal! And you will enjoy it inside and can put it in the flower bed later. Plants are so good inside for healthy atmospheres! Sweet hugs!ReplyDelete
I have a shamrock plant (remember I couldn't remember the name of it, and I think you are the one that told me!) and I've had it for years. Love it.ReplyDelete