The donkey ears, in summer, sits outdoors among the Lamb's ear, pencil plant, funky ferns, a purple phlomis, some sort of epiphyllum, a saw-toothed-leaved kalenchoe and many other odd-looking plants, all given names from plants found in the Harry Potter books.
Not quite sure what'll happen to it after it blooms. Seems as though it's come to an impasse and cannot grow anymore after the bloom. It has actually started to show signs of decline - it's more droopy, a leaf or two has withered, newer leaves aren't as perky and even the color has changed a bit. It's indoors as a houseplant because it's a zone 11 plant, and Buffalo is six zones away from that.
|Here she is, on summer vacation with friends, in the Harry Potter Garden.|
|Venomous Tentacula from the Harry Potter books. It has a highly poisonous bite.|
|Here's the babies – growing at the tips of the leaves.|
|Even if the plant does decline and die, I have babies panted to ensure there |
will be a plant for the Harry Potter Garden this year. Maybe two or more!