My mom is some kind of wizard when it comes to cultivating plantlife. Last Saturday she was very anxious to not only show me, but also have me photograph her newest arrival.
(Sorry for the poor resolution; I didn’t have my camera with me so my mom demanded that I use my crappy phone.)
This charming little fuzzy thing is referred to in Korean as a “halmony” (grandmother) “goot” (flower). My mom explained, a bit sheepishly, that the height of this particular specimen was stunted by the recent cold snap. I like it, though. It’s the appropriate size for pretty much any Asian grandma.