I am not a good plant caretaker, and with a little bit of in-attention, this plant lost most its leaves a few months back .but some time spent outside, sun, and more regualr watering has brought it back to life.
Hopefully the clutter of wires and electronic debris will not be abad influence.
Working with David at maricopa was a true honor- he was one of the first faculty I met as a green rookie in 1992 (my first week was an Ocotillo retreat at Mormon Lake), and I can think of not too many others I worked with who put such an amount of energy into both teaching physics, but also embracing (and questioning) technology.
Cheers, David, the Faux Ocotillo Lives on!
Iit is actually a Jade plant, not even close to a real Ocotillo.
The post "Faux Ocotillo Resurrected" was originally scraped from the bottom of the pickel barrel at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2007/01/faux-ocotillo-resurrected/) on January 13, 2007.