Saturday, May 7, 2011

Trouble shooting

Do you ever have plants that don't do well? That seem limp, flat and lifeless, or fail to grow? You wonder if it's a deficiency: not enough nitrogen, not enough sunlight, not enough water. But, perhaps it's not a deficiency at all. Perhaps something is in excess, like aphids, or mealy bugs, or scale . For example, you may have an excess of cats' bottoms in your plant pots.



[This has been tagged under wildlife, but this is Cally, MIL's cat, and she's not really wild, just grumpy.]

2 comments:

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Is she marking her territory?

Ry said...

I feel your pain! Mine love to sit in any plant pot they can find, indoor or outdoor! Great blog! I found you through the weekend rewind! I lived in Adelaide for 4 months in the 90's and have very fond memories of the city and the wonderful people!

Ry