Let’s play another round of the “What would your advice be?” game! This is where I show you a houseplant question that someone emailed me, and then I ask what you would’ve said had the question come to you. Then we compare notes and we laugh and we laugh. It’s good wholesome fun – you’ll see.

Someone Else Asks, You Answer!

I got this question recently. I think the person must’ve stumbled across my blog on a google search – definitely not a regular reader. I think it should be fairly easy for those of you who do read this blog, as it’s not an unfamiliar topic – in the subject line was written “Norfolk Island Pine”:

Emailer: “Hi I have a question! I cut a piece off my grandpas plant to try and re grow it? How do I get roots from it? Thank u so much!”

Hmmm. Cut first, ask questions later. I’m guessing the writer is young. Readers, what do you think? How would you answer the question? Snarkily is ok.

I did reply, and I’ll share that with you next Wednesday. If you have advice, please leave it in the comments section.

Oh, if you don’t know what a Norfolk Island Pine looks like, here’s a photo of mine, Peach, wearing her Christmas bling last month:

Good To Grow, Liza's photos, it's all festive up in here

I look forward to hearing your advice! *snickers*

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