Potted up Kalanchoe cuttings, 7 of them in 4" pots.
They'll bloom white probably after Christmas and look festive with red geraniums.
Kalanchoe roots so easily.
Potted up the Lemon Grass that I pulled up and almost let die. It has white roots and green stems. Hopeful. Also pulled up another 4 culms and potted in a single pot. It has a better chance because it did not have to sit around and decline. Lemon grass is wonderful for plantings, come warm weather next year. Pets love it.
Am I the only one who sets pots in out of the way spaces and discovers sometimes that something recovered and it growing? A moth-eaten Pentas that was nothing but stems has new growth at every joint. It will make a great winter pot with red blooms, given time and perhaps a larger pot.
A Brugmansia cutting, likewise. Nothing like a little rain to bring things back from the dead. I put it in the greenhouse with the Pentas cutting and a Persian Shield back from the dead, too.
Meanwhile outside Brugs are having another round of bloom.
Most Camelia seed pods opened without my finding them.
This one had just one fat seed. I will likely be 80 before it made a bloom,
but the promise in a Camellia seed is too much to pass up.
If you wonder about the woolly gloves, they're cotton knit, just something to keep potting soil from under my nails and off my skin where it makes me itch. I kept them on from habit when I wandered off.