This one came up at the end of a pile of pole cuts that I use to form little fences and such in the garden.
cleaned and planted them to replace the one from the time before that the squirrel ate when it reached some size and I put it outside. There are two seedlings now that will stay in the greenhouse this winter. I haven't decided whether I need to grow more. It amuses me to see them sprout.
He-Who-Mows ran over one of my small cycad pups. I discovered more pups of large size underneath this big cycad. I don't know if I can cut them back and hack them out. Maybe I could ship them to the Danger Gardenette. Those ferny-looking fronds are HARD and sharp and vicious.
Squirrels are everywhere, storing pecans and acorns. Acorns are abundant this year -- does that mean a hard winter?