I am so green right now…
My Hens & Chicks are the easiest home plants to maintain. I got them a few years ago from my mother-in-law’s garden in Colorado. They require virtually no fuss, just a bit of love. I grow a lot of these to decorate with around the house. They also make excellent hostess gifts. I keep a floating number and keep replenishing them. Best part, you can replant them as they are.
I found a nice close up of one from deerie65775
When we were in New Delhi this march, I was dying to go back to Fab India. They offer hand crafted products which help support and encourage good craftsmanship. Along with awesome organic tulsi and ginger teas, I picked up lots of scarves and linen. With our shopping, we got these tags. The tag is a recycled paper pouch with some seeds to plant a tree. I was really impressed with the simplicity. What a great way to make customers remember your experience.
Here is what the back reads:
“Greenhouse Effect, Ozone Destruction, Deforestation, Species Extinction, Toxic Chemical Problems, Nuclear Waste, Food Contamination…
Yet, Its Not Too Late to make amends…
Its TIME To Take A Stand, Be Responsible, Make a difference towards helping
LIFE Nurture EARTH. Join The Anthem,
Be A Life Warrior,
Plant A Tree….Save The Earth!”
It was as if it was talking directly to me. 🙂 I knew what I wanted to do then..
I haven’t planted the trees yet; our garden isn’t big enough. But I intend to soon in the future.
Oh and here are some home grown organic plants loving the arrival of summer time.
We also have mint, basil, strawberries, rosemary, cilantro, parsley, roses, jasmine and tons of flowers…Thanks Paul for being their baghban.