Is a house plant.
But it fell out of the pot and followed me home. Quite a few more of these Cordyline australis weren't so lucky and ended up in a compost heap. I hope it likes indoor living as much as its former poolside setting. While more cold hardy than most tropicals, it was surprisingly unfroze after repeated frosts, it wasn't going to survive the whole winter out there unscathed. It was time to put away the pots for the winter and one of the plants followed me home.
I don't need house plants to tend. It's a big garden to be out there with plenty projects that need attending to. At least the rain and the snow washed off the newly exposed rocks for me.
There's two more house plants next door waiting to follow me home when I close that house down for the winter. The last thing I need is three house plants in a tiny little cottage. We'll see how it goes over the winter. Maybe I will grow to like a little greenery inside during the barren time.