These are a few plants that I’ve found to be more difficult to kill than others.
For those who want to start gardening but are afraid that they are going to kill everything.
Snapdragons: These flowers don’t take up all that much space since they are thin and grow upwards. They are also perennials, so they come back year after year. These have the potential to spread if the area around them is fertile enough.
Pansies: Little, low to the ground flowers that are good fillers and ground cover. They’re pretty versatile and can be put pretty much anywhere that will hold a plant. I like to put them in herb gardens to bring some color because they come in so many different designs and colors.
Mint: Super easy to grow, grow into big bushes. They are a little high maintenance when it comes to pruning because if you let them go too long, they will take over everything and spread.
Chives: I don’t know if it’s just where I live, but I once planted a little chive plant because it was cute and now I have a whole field of chives. These babies can spread everywhere. They are good to use in a lot of dishes. I interchange them with green onion.
Tomatoes: I think everyone should have a tomato plant, it’s almost like a rite of passage lol. Tomato plants are pretty hardy creatures and can continue on into fall and winter if you take really good care of them. They just require a lot of water compared to other things.
Lamium: The bees where I’m at love these little flowers. These are also perennials so they come back through the years. They are cute, little bell-shaped flowers that grow close to the ground and have a lot of blooms. It’s so cute to see the bees shove their heads in the flowers!
Phlox: These flowers smell sooo good!. Like the lamium, they too are also small blooms and grow close to the ground.
Cactus: I find cactus to grow the easiest out of succulents and the like both inside and outside. I recommend putting them in a size appropriate pot so when the frost comes you can bring it inside and keep it growing.
A parting tip: some plants will grow better in different places than others. If you live in a desert climate, some of the more fragile plants may not thrive as much as others, but if you live in a tropical area, some plants may get overwhelmed and can drown. Plant what you can handle and take care, which will help save both time and money.
Leader Snoke decides to make a clone of General Hux to test the first order’s cloning technology… they ended up with a cherishable little slip of paper with some itchy blue space allergy eyes, who loves blue milk and his new space daddies. co-commanding and co-parenting Hux and Kylo begrudgingly get romantically closer as they raise Techie as their own.
here’s hoping for hux. 2017 dont be as cruel as 2016. LET HUX LIIIIVE.
Mama!Korra “wearing” her baby in a sling because I’m sure she would be the type to carry her baby around EVERYWHERE (imagine in a meeting with the world leaders and the baby starts to cry and people goes “it’s not a place for a child” and Korra’s don’t give two fucks because it’s her FREAKING KID AND YOU GOTTA DEAL WITH IT! lol
What if next season, Shiro gets separated from the group again (It’s like a once-a-season thing at this point so you know it’s bound to happen seriously someone put a leash on this guy already) and the team splits up to go find him. And throughout the episode, it seems like each of the rest of the team has managed to find him, but the scene always cuts out before you’re sure, so it’s ambiguous. Until towards the end of the episode when Keith actually manages to find him, and saves him (again) and guides him back towards the meeting place with the others, and you’re like, finally
Only when he gets there, everyone else has a Shiro with them too. And that’s when we find out that the Galra didn’t make one Shiro clone. They made several
In a slightly less dangerous future, the pack leaves their kids in Derek’s capable hands. Except maybe this time he fell asleep, until Stiles came by to wake him up. (He’s used to the kid chewing on his hand, that doesn’t even phase him anymore.)
Choose Your Own OTPs and head canons for the kids’ respective parentages. I have my own ideas, but I would also not be upset by a future in which the McCall pack is relatively free with genetic material and surrogacy.
“I don’t think you’re an idiot at all. I mean, there are elements of the ridiculous about you. Your mother’s pretty interesting. And you really are an appallingly bad public speaker. And, um, you tend to let whatever’s in your head come out of your mouth without much consideration of the consequences… But the thing is, um, what I’m trying to say, very inarticulately, is that, um, in fact, perhaps despite appearances, I like you, very much. Just as you are.” “You once said that you liked me just as I am and I just wanted to say likewise. I mean, you wear stupid things your mum buys you. Tonight’s another classic. You’re haughty, and you always say the wrong thing in every situation and I seriously believe that you should rethink the length of your sideburns. But, you’re a nice man and I like you. If you wanted to pop by some time that might be nice. More than nice.”