Zella's blog: Keep On Keeping On

Posted on Feb 19, 2017 2:38 PM

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So this was my "mystery vine" that turned out to be a rose (of some sort) vine.
As you can see its just growing out of our junk pile...

I think I have said before it's part of out landlord's planted rose from the backyard that got *uh-um* mowed over last summer. As you can see its green and still growing (these cut off parts) my theory is it magically rooted itself from the cuttings even though we threw it to the junk pile...

Over the nor'easter storm I had it covered to protect it from the cold cold wind and the snow directly on it. I just uncovered it from the junk grill cover and am happy to see its still looking good.

We are supposed to be having warmer weather so I am hoping that and the sun will be good for this strange little guy. It's behind the house and our house faces east so it will be getting the setting of the sun's sunlight.

It's also under a 2nd floor deck so it's does have to wait for sun for most of the day...

My uncle suggested I dig it up and move it to join the rest of its self... but I worry it will just get run over again by my mom's moron bf...

I'd like to buy some of that cute white thin lattice fencing to put around it or maybe just in a C shape in the back and brick stuff in the front? Something that easily shows "a plant is here, don't run it over!"

All in all I'm not sure what I am gonna do yet. I still have time (I think) to consider my options.

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