Friday, June 13, 2014

Looking after plants


This is the one thing that I really enjoy! It does not matter now that my vision is gone. I still enjoy looking after my beloved plants. They never let me down! They are always there for me!

I have learned over the years how to be good to my plants. Water them regularly and they'll be happy forever. My techniques are the same whether or not my vision is gone. I stick my finger into the soil of said plant to gauge whether or not it is damp. Then with the utmost of care I drizzle water into the pot. I feel the leaves to make sure that they are green and healthy, and if they are dry and brittle then I gently remove them.

I do not think that a lack of vision prevents me from being able to look after my plants. If the leaves are dry then they are brittle. If they are green then they feel nice and firm to the touch.

The greatest challenge for me is to ensure that I keep them clean, and naturally! There will be times when I miss out on those dead leaves that have fallen out of my reach but that's the challenge for me! To find and destroy them!

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