I purposefully let some of my larger plants to die?
As some of you may know, I have an extensive collection of house plants. Which are now housed in a MUCH smaller space...which means that I really don't have the room for them - currently they are occupying every square inch of extra square feet we have. Which we can't afford to lose at this moment.
I have tried to give some of them away; to no avail. As of today, I've only been able to unload one of them. *sigh*
Which is what turned my thoughts to "assisted suicide." Is it morally unethically to let some of them die a natural death?
Don't start throwing the stones just yet! Normally, I do whatever I can to keep my plants alive. But at this point, I'm at a loss. Some of these things are HUGE. Which necessitates HUGE pots. Which takes up valuable real estate. And the thought of just letting them die is killing me. But unless someone takes them, what choice do I have?
Currently, they are practically sitting on top of each other - all vying for the little sunlight this place offers. It's making me crazy.
So that is the question. Is it morally unethical to just let them "go?"
Sorry for the absence - both in posting and commenting. I've discovered that "downsizing" has meant that I am more visible in the home; i.e., there is no place to HIDE! And, apparently, if I am visible I become a magnet to the Hubby and means I am available for a chat. Despite the fact that I am on the computer...typing away and giving only monosyllabic answers. *sigh*