Plant Planning? – Pittsburgh Woman Leaves Philodendron in Her Will

Ronna Scoratow’s philodendron is 42 years old. According to the Wall Street Journal:

Ms. Scoratow has no children. Her siblings don’t share her enthusiasm for indoor greenery. So last year she put a provision in her will granting $5,000 for a friend to use in caring for the plant. “It was interesting,” her lawyer, James Wood, said when asked about that provision. “I’ve done provisions for pets but never a plant.”

If only my great great great great grandmother had left me her giant sequoia, but then again where would I put it?

See the rest of the WSJ article here.

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