The Bailey’s Experiment

Just an update on the bottle experiment…see the new leaves emerging? It’s still very wet in there, so if it doesn’t drown, hopefully it will continue to thrive!

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Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

8 thoughts on “The Bailey’s Experiment”

  1. Wow. I wonder how a plant that was started on Bailey’s would grow once planted in soil. I never would have thought of doing an experiment like that.

  2. Just to clarify, in case there’s any confusion — the Bailey’s bottle was emptied (yum), thoroughly cleaned, and filled with a cactus soil (which I thought might provide better drainage) before planting. :) Although, the thought of a Bailey’s flavored nasturtium for salads does have possibilities!! :)

  3. I love nasturtiums. I can’t wait to see how lovely they will look in contrast to the dark color of this bottle. What a great idea!

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