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WOW.... Great looking project, and a well laid out and explained process. Funny about your experience with Meetup.com. Most times people sign up for such meetups and do nothing more. But with over 70 people signing up, I would have expected a better turnout than one person - Good work Carlos!
Great article, Ms. Plant Lady :-) Butt... I was baffled by that "string of bananas" comment - had to Google it :-) Anyway, well done on the best ways to water your houseplants. Yes, good to have that moisture meter and also check your plants every few days. I have found soaking the pot in water works best for me, since watering from the top can just allow the water to run through the pot. I also found that put a few ice cubes in the top of the pot can help water the soil slowly, solving that run through problem. Thanks for your article.
I did see one IOS app that looked promising, but many people said it was not worth the money. I noted your suggestion, and will check it out - Thanks!
Thanks, J. Mmmmmm "alligator jaw" - Yes it bit me hard, on it's persistence to make babies everywhere, and vine out evrywhere! :-)
Sorry... Did I answer you?. Yes, the Live Composite feature on the Olympus is quite amazing....... You can see the light being drawn on the screen. https://www.flickr.com/photos/dcxdan/37969252055/in/photolist-ZRdkNP
Thanks, Elizabeth. Yes, I know those seeds pop up everywhere. I was watering my Orchids, and have noticed before that the darn things start growing in the Orchid pots underneath - which have the bark like soil. I took one of the plants and put it into a pot, with some cactus soil. We will see if it grows :-)
Hey Jessy, Hope you know this answer. In the photo below Step 3 title, there are 5 pots with cactus' on the left, and succulents on the right.... What is the tall plant in the background. I had someone give me on, love how those mini seeds on the leaves turning into plant with rootsThanks.
WOW.... A gallon of liquid hand soap would last "little old me" years :-) Guess I could crank the recipe down some. Anyway, great article..... thanks
Very true! Water, oil or sand would be the best material to use. Not sure you could ever get enough air pressure in it to keep the PVC from collapsing.
Air will compress and you will get kinks. Sand will not compress, and you should get some smooth bends.
If you own an Olympus camera, you can use the "Live Composite" setting in the camera to take some great light trail photos. And even watch the imagine being created.
Very true about the in camera double exposure information.
Well done in camera double exposure. I know my Nikon D5100 can do up to 3 exposures in 30 seconds. The only time I have done such double exposres, was when I pushed the wrong button on my camera by mistake :-)