I pulled a great bonehead trick this weekend, and for some reason felt like sharing.
My N. truncata red(nice little plant from Tony, btw) was upstairs and it started to rain...Thursday, I think. I put it outside, since it was kind of dry, just to get some of that rain. If you ever look at truncata, their leaves seem very good for funneling water towards the stem of the plant(at least for the smaller plants). The Philippine climate can be harsh at times and get rather dry from articles I have read.
Anyway I went out last night to call the dog in, and there it was still sitting. It was looking very, very dark green, as we have had FROST every morning here for the last week. I had forgot to grab it.
Most of us hide these little boo-boos, but I thought it would be fun to see if a thread would come out of this.