In December, I took four days off as an anti-burnout measure; I'm thinking that this might be a good thing to do every three months or so, so I'm going to do it again. There will, consequently, be no new posts for March 23-26; I'll be back on the 27th with something (very possibly a new plant profile, if I can settle on which plant to do and write it), and daily posts will continue until some point in late June.
There are plenty of old posts listed in the sidebar, for new visitors who are interested in checking some out. Sansevieria trifasciata was good and long, and there's also the set of five profiles I did for The Breakfast Club, an idea which was cute and seemed like a good idea at the time but is unlikely to ever be repeated because it made me a little crazy. On the creative side, there's Calathea ornata, which I was never entirely satisfied with, but other people told me it was good so I guess it must have been okay. Other profiles which were better than average (or at least, profiles from which you're likely to learn something you didn't know already, not necessarily something about plants): Dizygotheca elegantissima, Hylocereus undatus, Coffea arabica, Ardisia elliptica, and Dracaena sanderiana.
Though it's not like I don't try to make them all profiles from which an interested reader might learn something. Sometimes this is harder than others.
Anyway. Failing all that, don't you have some gardening to do?