Climb Hoya, climb ❤️ So I’m definitely not a #hoyahead but I have three now and I’m interested to see f I can keep them alive and happy. They have a good sunny place in my room and I’m excited to see what the spring and summer bring for them. This is my #hoyacarnosatricolour ✨
We’re finalizing our plans for Easter weekend today. What do you all have planned? Do you do Easter baskets for your kids? What’s in them? I’m hoping to get ours finished up today. I’m excited about what we already have together.
Good morning all! I’m super nervous and excited about running a houseplants 101 with my coworkers tomorrow! It actually shook me awake at 6a. 😳 Trying to calm myself down by staring at these rosy syngonium leaves. 😂 #syngonium
My Brasil Philodendron continues to grow in a tangled mess😅 I hope everyone is having a great week so far! Today is my ‘Friday’ as I’m leaving to Southern California tomorrow for a weekend trip. I’m so excited 🤗
Plant-based wellness can be more than about being vegan and using herbs. It’s about our relationship to nature. Including live plants in our indoor work and living environments can help us breathe better, clean the air, deter illness and even boost productivity - our own little heart openers when we can’t be outdoors 🌱🌴🌳If you have a pet too all the more power to you:) Can’t wait to get new green allies now that spring is here!
Photograph by plant stylist extraordinaire @hiltoncarter 🌿🌵😍
my calatheas suffered over winter 😔 even though the humidity was usually between 40 to 50%, many leaves ended up crispy & dead. my babies look a bit sad & not as lush now, but i love them all the same 😻 plus i know s/s will bring new growth & the humidity my calatheas desire.
Cacti are probably some of the easiest plants to take care of! She is one of my firsts and I haven’t repotted her since I got her 8 months ago lol so I thought I’d move her to a terra cotta pot to breathe!
This is a mammillaria (I’m not that smart - just googled “round chubby cactus”). Hopefully the new pot makes her happy. 🌵