In June 2018, a large quantity of meat was bought in a greenhouse of ball and millet near Changsha. On that day, the fate of the fleshy legions changed. Half of them went to Loudi and the other half stayed in the ball shed for more than half a year. After many things, I finally decided to send them back to Beijing in late April this year. At that time, many of them were yellow, thin and half dead. Dry bodies.
But even so, most of them are still strong enough to survive. After enjoying the sunshine on the balcony for nearly five months, I looked at them one by one when I watered them today. They are in good condition. It is a world-shaking difference compared with the tragic appearance when I sent them back from Hunan.
For plants, care and maintenance seem to be quantifiable, so even if you spend a lot of time in a room with them, you don’t have to bother, just fill in a record watering time on the fitness schedule and watch them grow slowly. If the rest of the world is so simple, maybe you can forget a lot of worries and sadness.