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Over the course of ten days, these green-haired gremlins managed what many of my friends would dream of achieving in ten years.  I’m not one to talk myself; heading as I am to Baldsville, at bullet-speed, on the main road in.  My wife bought these for the children to enjoy and they sat in the dining room where I captured the progress every other morning.  The first photo, below, was taken on October 1st; and the last one on October 11th.

Around this time, I was away on a two-day business trip.  This has illustrated to me just how much I miss when I’m away!

Now we’re wondering whether it’s time for a cut or dry (sorry).  I think in the name of Science, we should do one of each.


  1. Looks like my hair. Nicely done.

    • Summer
    • Posted 14 October 2010 at 11:12 pm
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    what did u mean by dry?? I suggest some trimming!

    • Hanging it upside down in the sun.
      I don’t think my family will let me…

    • Um Yousef
    • Posted 15 October 2010 at 10:57 am
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    • Mathai
    • Posted 15 October 2010 at 6:47 pm
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    LOL! thats the funniest planter I’ve ever seen! What do they grow into?

  2. ooh!that looks so adorable!! 🙂
    here i feel each, blade, each leaf that grows, each bud that blooms is such a wonderful experience.(esp when we dont have an open garden to boast) most of my experiments with plants indoors, have not been very rewarding, but still keep on at it, its a pleasure just watching them even when they managed to stay sort of shocked and stunted for most of the time! 🙂

  3. lol … cool stuff … its the opposite process with the guys 🙂

    • Q80BOY
    • Posted 19 October 2010 at 2:21 pm
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    hmm maybe i can grow these plants on my dads head .. 😛

    great shots as usual! 😉

  4. Very nice shots, mine has been gone for a long time and I don’t think its going to come back anytime soon! Baldsville is a good town! lol

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