Signs of Life

The spring semester is about to begin. I thought it would be nice to share signs of new life among the various plants in my indoor garden.

New cherry tomatoes grow on the tomato plants in my hydroponic garden.
The avocado tree begins its next stage of growth after a quiet period.
The recent freeze killed our rosemary plant. These clippings, I hope, will take root in the hydroponic garden before being transplanted outside. The clippings were provided by my friend, Randy.
The pepper plant blooms again.

A new pea plant sprouts in the hydroponic garden.

Categorized as Life

By steve

I am a husband, son, and a Professor of Physics at Southern Methodist University. Physics may be my favorite thing to do, but I like to do a little bit of everything: writing, running, biking, hiking, drumming, gardening, carpentry, computer programming, painting, drawing, eating and sleeping. I earned a Ph.D. in Physics in 2004 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I teach courses in physics and the scientific method at SMU, and I love to spend time with my family. All things written in here are my own, unless otherwise attributed; don't you go blaming my employer or my family for me.

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