Why Evolution Is True
Why Evolution is True is a blog written by Jerry Coyne, centered on evolution and biology but also dealing with diverse topics like politics, culture, and cats.
My succulents are snug and smug as they watch the snows outside.
agh its plants vs zombies all over again
Green against white!
(But just try puttin them outside. They wouldn’t survive a single night. Our little rosemary-bush, that was a lump of ice for a month in December is still alive and says “pffftt” in the genereal direction of your succulents)
Oh – and the eagle just laid another egg!!! And I saw it 🙂
Your office has a window????
I’m in the wrong business…
What is the second plant from the left, next to the window? I have a similar one, Adenia fruticosa, a passion flower. Adenia is also a genus of killifish, presently synonomized with Fundulus; an illustration of the separate nomenclature codes for animals and plants.
I was about to ask the selfsame thing!
Oh, sweet, I LOVE succulents! Definitely an Adenium type species or two, at least one Haworthia and what looks like–how appropriate–a Crown-of-thorns euphorb. 🙂 And some cool cacti.
Dr. C.: Is one of those an itty-bitty boojum tree?
They get to sit inside where it’s nice and warm, and laugh at all the other plants that are stuck in the snow.
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