I'm especially glad to have devised a collection of aloe succulent cactus and heirloom plants. I have gotten great pleasure
preserving useful ornative houseplants and accent foliage. Each species kept at its optimal living conditions.
What a job!
Growing things has always been a hobby of mine. Both of my grandfathers were farmers. From an early age, making things grow
has been most rewarding. I remember when I was 6, eating watermelon, and planting the seeds. Most of what I planted grew.
When I ate what I had grown, it was the best. I guess you could say I have a green thumb. I had not taken it to the professional
level, growing a number of house plants, and of course, seasonal veggies. Then, last year I brought my aloe plants to the
I used to play games on the internet. Now I'm into internet marketing. I treat network marketing kinda like a computer
game. One that depends on establishing a base of operations, expanding presence, using resources wisely, and working within
a very tight budget. The time investment is immense, but I tell myself that it's fun. So I don't get discouraged. Making friends
is one of the rewards. Now I'm expanding into other areas. Using networks, forums and traffic exchanges, I'm slowly growing
my business. But FreeAloeGuy was how I started and I will keep on offering this wonderful plant .
In recent years I have taken up mulching, so all of my aloes are grown organically; as is my garden and other houseplants