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Unlikely Blooming

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Unlikely | The Daily Post

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The Pink Rebel is my Xmas cactus (or Thanksgiving cactus, if U want to draw the distinction).  It earned its nickname by blooming when it damn well pleases, with no special treatment from me.  I keep the soil moist all year, with a little diluted fertilizer in the water.  The plant gets as much light as my window will give it, with no enforced darkness or coolness.  Experts say a Xmas or Thanksgiving cactus so treated is unlikely to bloom at all, let alone during the daffodil season.  But unlikely things do sometimes happen.  Don’t bet on when or where.

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Unlikely Life | Word Porn Quote

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9 thoughts on “Unlikely Blooming

    1. Confession: given that I had already seen your contribution, the likelihood is actually rather high.  The quote is a brilliant way to express a deep truth about statistics that many people find hard to grasp, and the illustration is both apt and beautiful.

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    1. Indeed, the combination of cobalt blue with bright yellow and strong pink is what motivated the photo.  It was about a day later that I saw the “Unlikely” prompt and realized I could respond with the photo and a note about how and when things bloom.

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    1. I have admired CA poppies but never planted them.  Maybe U could get hold of something like the umbrella reflectors used in studio photography to boost the sunlight on them a little.

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