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Work Plant




Category: Life As I Know It | Posted: Fri Aug 29, 2014 1:51 pm

This picture is of the plant that I have on my desk. Last year we had an intern working with us who bought this plant when it was very small. She was out for a few days and I noticed it was dry so I watered it. She was grateful and when she left for bigger and better things she gave me the plant. I repotted it and fertilized it and it's doing well. Does anyone know what it is?

A little explanation of something odd in the picture might be in order. I work in the electrical engineering department of a fire truck factory. We're on the second floor overlooking the production floor. The character wearing the Hawaiian shirt by the window is a dummy that was used by the design guys to get a life-sized representation of a fireman. He is no longer used and doesn't have arms beyond the elbows or legs below the knees. We set him up at our window as a joke to keep an eye on production. He's stayed there a month or two now.

Anyway... Help with the plant would be appreciated.


Plant at work ( photo / image / picture from eclecticgarden's Garden )


( photo / image / picture from eclecticgarden's Garden )


( photo / image / picture from eclecticgarden's Garden )






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Comments

 

eclecticgarden wrote on Fri Aug 29, 2014 2:48 pm:


A coworker just told me that it looked like diffenbachia.




 

Frank wrote on Fri Aug 29, 2014 9:13 pm:


I think it looks like Dumb Cane also EG.




 

eclecticgarden wrote on Fri Aug 29, 2014 11:51 pm:


Thanks Frank. I'll check it out.





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