Databasing and labels

Randall P. Linke
Sun, 27 Nov 2011 13:11:21 PST
Then there is the partner who decides these plants would look pretty
together all in one pot, all tags and sense tossed aside.

Working on cleaning up and re-potting clivias today.  Had a lovely hawk
land in the tree above me.  Fortunately they have no interest in the seeds
or tags.  C. gardenii is in bud.

Hot and sunny day on Monterey Bay

On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 12:00 PM, Kathleen Sayce <>wrote:

> The day you see a Steller's Jay perched on a set of your newly potted PC
> Iris seeds, systematically tossing each label aside as it probes for food
> (AKA those fresh seeds) is the day when you rethink  a lot about how you
> handle seeds, labels and access to pots! And then you start a new field in
> the database: why I lost this plant, with an ever-expanding group of whys.
> Cheers,
> Kathleen
> PNW Coast, on a soggy day after yet another storm
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