Wednesday, 9 December 2015

An Automatic Way to Water Your House Plants When on Holiday

I love plants both indoor and out, and have a penchant for the more unusual and exotic types. I have a giant Agave grown from seed which is thriving in a South facing position, together with Oleanders and Prickly Pear.  In my conservatory is a Tea Plant, Camellia sinensis, and my prized Patchouli plant. These are just a few plants in my indoor collection.
Camellia sinensis

I was due to go away for a few weeks in the summer, and couldn't find anyone to water my plants, then I stumbled upon this easy and FREE way by accident. As it was so successful last time I decided to try it again this winter.

I have just returned from a 3 week break and have found all my plants thriving. The system I use allows each plant to take up just the amount of water they need. In the ones that require a small amount of water, the reservoirs are nearly full, in the other more water dependant plants, the reservoirs are almost empty. Magic!




Here is a photo of my plants on my return, perfectly healthy, to my relief.










To view instructions click this link An Automatic way to Water Your Plants Instructions








Friday, 4 December 2015

Introduction.

Well let me introduce myself..... I have many creative hobbies, I love to paint, write, have a keen  interest in natural science. I always have some type of project on the go, over the years I've tackled silk painting, glass painting, watercolour, acrylic and oil painting, jewellery making, including making my own beads, the list is endless.

At the moment I create and sell hats! I'm self taught and my  range includes formal Wedding and Race day hats, down to miniature novelty hats. I offer a bespoke service too, which can be quite a challenge.







When I am not making hats I create artwork for my Zazzle shop.

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