yesterday i was biking around downtown brooklyn and stopped at one of my favorite plant stores, dig on atlantic. they don’t have a lot of bonsai stuff, but i like all sorts of plants! it’s a wonderful place with very friendly staff. i was mostly just looking for a cheap hanging pot, but i got distracted:
i’ve never been drawn to succulents, not sure why, but i couldn’t help myself! that long arm is gonna flower. i bought a couple tiny clay pots, repotted this guy in one of them, and a baby spider plant in the other. i transferred another couple babies from water to soil. i think it looks pretty cool:
the herbs i planted it mrs. yakitori’s old pot all died. maybe it’s haunted by her ghost? still looking for the perfect plant to take over. for now these lil’ spider plant babies are okay sitting there.
ai weiwei lookin’ good. no news is good news.
that’s it! happy fall!
not sure what this is all about. any ideas?
otherwise, ai weiwei is looking great, soaking up that late-summer sun. i went out of town for a week and was sorta worried, but my girlfriend took great care of him.
in other news, my spider plants are sprouting babies like crazy. i pruned them and saved the best-looking, most viable little guys:
i have way too many spider plants but i couldn’t resist.
i’m going on a lil’ vacation with my girlfriend to st. thomas next week to relax a bit before i start law school. not sure what to do about ai weiwei. we board our dog at a kennel in williamsburg—is there such thing as a bonsai kennel? is that a good idea for a business?