Until today, that is. A couple of years ago, my wife bought a jasmine plant with the intention of putting it in the pot where we had a morning glory growing.
Even the best intentions go awry, sometimes. The plant languished in our herb garden with the promise of "someday." I guess she had enough, so she finally got around to doing it this past weekend.
Fairly straightforward, clean out the pot, stick in the plant, and water in.
Here she positions the plant and cleans off the dead roots. She's much more careful than I am about these things.
In the end, here's a tidy jasmine in the pot. But wait, what's that at the bottom of the pot?
Turns out there's a lavender volunteer from a nearby plant growing out of the bottom of the pot. Handy little find. I transplant it into our citrus grove so when it grows up, it can attract bees to pollinate our fruit.
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