Thursday, September 10, 2009

Stick a Pin in It



For the last few weeks, I've been drawn to a display of these plants at Whole Foods, so I finally decided to bring one home with me. It's called a pincushion plant, and isn't it just the friendliest little guy you've ever seen? I think it would make a great housewarming gift.

I really hope I don't kill him.

18 comments:

  1. I really thought those were pins at first. This would make a perfect and easy centerpiece.

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  2. beautiful! how easy are these to take care of? i'm really bad about killing house plants...

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  3. i agree too I thought it was like a pin cushion art and was like oh cool maybe id make one.

    Aww thats a really cute lil plant! Lots of sunlight and water. =)

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  4. That is the cutest, most clever thing I have ever seen. I want! :)

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  5. How lovely. I love the color - so perfect for fall!

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  6. I am a destroyer of house plants...good luck with your new addition.

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  7. how cute! i love the orange. :) thanks for the lovely comment on my page!

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  8. oh i love this!
    it would be a perfect housewarming gift!

    what is that it produces? fruit? flowers?
    i love the little leaves on it. so cute and little.

    i want one.

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  9. Goodness...he is the cutest little guy! I'd love to find one of these, it's so cheery!

    And, I'm with you. I absolutely can't keep plants alive. I'm nervous about my new one, too! :)

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  10. I saw these just the other day and loved them. You are so right - what a wonderful housewarming or hostess gift! I will have to remember that :)

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  11. Those are very cute. I would kill them. I kill all plants. :(

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  12. Oh so sweet. I just want to eat this up.

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  13. I love it! It does really look like a pincushion, a bright colorful one at that, but still. Great window art.

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  14. how come I didn't see this at our local Whole Foods yet? it's so charming! Thanks for stopping by & commenting about Dallas:)

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  15. That's the cutest. I hope our Whole Foods has them - I'm checking there tomorrow - cuuuute!

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