So I thought, well, since most of my gardening disregards rules, why not take cuttings right this minute, never mind if it's the wrong time, and try some in a pot out of doors near the parent plant, and some in pots indoors in a more sheltered environment. So we'll see.
Then I thought it would be nice to take cuttings off the snake plant which is living with me over the summer to recuperate from apartment living the previous year.
So I did that and you see them, too. Possibly I'll have to move both the outdoor pots to a less sunny place for the moment, but that's another decision.
So, as I say, we'll see. While I was at this, one neighbor snook some sad little aloes into my kitchen for intensive care, and I added them into the pot with my own to see if that would cheer them up, and another (neighbor, not aloe), asked me to take a look at various plants and trees on her patio and discuss their future care. Fun.
Now I'm sure those blogistas with acres and crops and barns and animals will be looking with great indulgence on these tiny antics, but that's okay, too. My two square inches of ivory, says she grandly.