Re: henna plant


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Posted by Natasha Papousek on June 1, 2002 at 17:21:17:

In reply to: Re: henna plant posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on June 1, 2002 at 12:46:16:

Sigh. My henna plant, Tamarahenna, which flourished in Texas, and
did so well on the 1300 mile trek to California... has not been doing
well in San Diego. Our apartment doesn't get full sun, and the
temperatures here are always moderate -- no blistering, scorching,
wilting heat the way we had in Texas... I don't mind the climate
change, but my henna plant did. I finally had to concede that she
wasn't prospering. In fact, she was barely surviving.

So I've sent her inland to a friend's house where the temperatures
are usually at least 10 degrees warmer and where there's a good
southwestern exposure. I really hope she recovers and starts to grow
happily again. I do have visitation and harvest rights, so it's not
like she's totally gone from my family.

But I'm sad that I wasn't able to give her what she needed.

 


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