Saturday, September 16, 2006

Green Thumb Sunday is Below


Last Night's Show

Last night Fall The Loss played at Reverb in Toronto.
Before the show they had a meeting with the new marketing agent.
They are officially now a Headline Act with the agency.

All the marketing stuff is rollin out with the album, which should be any time now.

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Band Warsmotivated motion's Band Wars photoset




The Garden Comes Indoors



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The Garden Comes Indoorsmotivated motion's The Garden Comes Indoors photoset





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9 comments:

John said...

Isn't it nice to bring the garden indoors as well. In fact down here, we often take the living areas outsied. "Outdoor rooms' are very popular at the moment.

Mrs Lifecruiser said...

Ah, what a nice idea. Yes, the garden can come inside too sometimes.

It really shows that you have green thumbs :-)

Pam said...

Looks like a Victorian Conservatory! How beautiful.
♥Pam

FruitfulSpirit said...

Yes with the temperatures falling I will be bringing mine in this week. I have lots that just can't take the 50's at night. So I need to bring them in while I can leave the windows opened for them to get reacclimated to being indoors. Great shots of the inside garden! Very pretty! Maybe I will do a shot of mine once I am done.

Have a wonderful Sunday!

Deb said...

Wow! You really DO have a green thumb! I don't have indoor plants because of my cats but there was a time that I had as many as you do :)
Enjoyed the photoset...especially nice viewing as a slideshow.
My GTS is up, too...have a great day!

Lucy said...

Wow - this is unbelievable. Sure wish i had that talent. I've tried to grow plants indoors - never been very good at it. :-(

Tricia said...

Your room is just packed full of plants! Wow! Did you spray them with some soapy water to get rid of any bugs before you brought all of them in?

I haven't brought any of mine in yet, but I think sometime this week the two jasmines and the passion flower will be coming in. I'll leave the Christmas Cactus' out for a while yet as a period of cool weather makes them bloom their little heads off through the winter.

Christine said...

I really like the feel of plants inside. Makes a room feel more cheery and alive! I agree with pam, looks very Victorian.

Lynn said...

Thanks for the comments everyone!
All the flowers, except the bassinette and the Orchid are from outside.

Tricia: I used to use safer soap solution on my plants, and I found I had more problems with bugs. Instead I have lady bugs and spiders. I have meticulously caught ladybugs and spiders to live in the basinette. They will migrate to the other plants.

Also I keep the area humidified. I have a decorative mist and ionizer bowl that glows colours. I find if the plants can absorb the humidity from the air they won't lose leaves to bugs.

The only bug problem I had was with a caterpiller family getting into the house. I don't have cats or dogs so no animal could point them out to me. So every day for a week I would walk from where the plants were then throughout the house looking for them on the carpet. We had 4 caterpillers. And I found a 5th one dead.