List But Not Least

I got the program director position, I don’t have any real final exams next week, and everything is grand.

phytophiliac:
Agave ‘Kissho Kan’ on Flickr.
The Agave Kissho Kan thought to be a Japanese selection of Agave potatorum (Asparagales - Asparagaceae) native to Mexico. It is a dwarf variety, beautiful, but hard-to-find, with variegated blue-green leaves highlighted by creamy white edges and dark reddish-brown leaf spines.
The name Kissho Kan translates to “happy or lucky crown”. Easy-to-grow as a potted plant because it creates a symmetrical rosette that only grows about 12” tall x 12” wide. It sends off many young offshoot plants surrounding the mother.
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phytophiliac:

Agave ‘Kissho Kan’ on Flickr.

The Agave Kissho Kan thought to be a Japanese selection of Agave potatorum (Asparagales - Asparagaceae) native to Mexico. It is a dwarf variety, beautiful, but hard-to-find, with variegated blue-green leaves highlighted by creamy white edges and dark reddish-brown leaf spines.

The name Kissho Kan translates to “happy or lucky crown”. Easy-to-grow as a potted plant because it creates a symmetrical rosette that only grows about 12” tall x 12” wide. It sends off many young offshoot plants surrounding the mother.

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Anonymous asked: What do you look for in a potential partner?

Maturity, but with a sense of humor. An interest in music and the arts. Confidence is always attractive. And a good beard doesn’t hurt.

jockohomoremix:
Keith Haring, The King, 1989 Lithograph in colours, on wove paper, the full sheet, signed, dated ‘89’ and numbered 23/50 in pencil, published by Nicole Fauché, Paris.

jockohomoremix:

Keith Haring, The King, 1989 Lithograph in colours, on wove paper, the full sheet, signed, dated ‘89’ and numbered 23/50 in pencil, published by Nicole Fauché, Paris.

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