I can’t stop experimenting!🧪 Does this mean I love my job so much that I have to do something similar at home? 🤔 This is another pond plant experiment I started last month. I think it’s a Cyperus Papyrus, also called Umbrella Grass or dwarf Papyrus plant. Its roots have to be completely submerged in water 💦 so I am 1,000% sure that I am NOT going to kill it by overwatering! 🙆♀️ Have you tried or are thinking about growing pond plants indoors? #waterculture#pondplants#aquaticplants
Yesterday I finished replanting and did some propagation. I propagated these little pileas and I reaaally hope they will thrive!
I hope you are going to have a great day! I’m going to work now so I can afford some more plants and maybe a pupper 🐶💰
Swarmed with so many things to do but I try not to forget that it is #philodendronfriday oops yesterday!! .
I’ve got bitten by the 𝘗𝘩𝘪𝘭𝘰𝘥𝘦𝘯𝘥𝘳𝘰𝘯 bug and....
🎵 Don’t stop me now....cause I’m having a good time...I’m having a ball🎵
Sing 🎤 with us if you are a fan of Queen (like the both of us!)
By the way, can you guess all the 𝘗𝘩𝘪𝘭𝘰𝘥𝘦𝘯𝘥𝘳𝘰𝘯𝘴 in the picture?
wow look at my 👶🏻 planties!!! Tbh I have no idea what any of them are. Originally I thought the top left was a Calathea White Fusion, but it’s not really showing any signs of whiteness??? And the bottom middle one is an extremely pretty, white variegated plant that reminds me of the Philo White Night, but doesn’t grow in the branch’s way like most of my philodendrons. The third random ass plant (in the terra cotta) really attracted me with its yellow-ish white, variegated leaves that sort of look spotted? Apparently the spots fade as the leaves age which makes sense to me, but I actually love it’s uniqueness so much. This plant also grows like a ground cover plant! It doesn’t grow upright 🤔
Is it just me that is super obsessed with these gorgeous, glossy green beauties?! Up until a couple of years ago I had never even given a second thought to what a coffee plant even looked like? It was something that I might have got lucky enough to see had I have travelled to some far flung corner of the world. Hands up who else is in love with these?
There are a number of different Rhoeo spathacea cultivars available, but the “Stripe Me Pink” one shown here is one of our favourites. Rhoeo are very closely related to the Tradescantia genus and both come from the Commelinaceae Family, which includes some very spectacular species as well as some very well known weeds. Stripe Me Pink works equally well as a houseplant as in the garden in our region, and is readily propagated. Let us know if you are local and want some. We are happy to share. 👍💚🙂 #rhoeo#stripemepink#commelinaceae