The time had come to retire tired curtains and messed up blinds.
Once we tore down the curtains, rods, and nails, golden sunlight filtered in and the space changed. I couldn’t bear to cover it up again, so I left it uncovered while I figured out what to do.
One day, I spied this rod with plants hanging at different levels that you can set by tying the ropes. I loved it. I bought it, my husband installed it, and we transferred plants into the new pots.
They still need to grow to fill it out a little more, but I still love the light they let in.
We installed a propagation station to cover another window. We didn’t have to worry about lookee-loo traffic.
But wait, there’s more.
Behold — the propagation station — from stick to roots and leaves in 2–3 weeks
I received great satisfaction turning a stick that my husband thought trash worthy, into a rooted little guy, ready to transplant into a pot.
Hope, faith, and a little sun perform a miracle
Fine, I didn’t KNOW for sure that the “stick” would grow roots and leaves and turn itself into a lovely plant, but I had HOPE!
I liked this propagation station because it has long 6-inch test tubes, and lights. It looks pretty good at night and at 4AM.