potting adopted plant, on the past few weeks i bring home new mates and always missed golden time to repotting them. so i decide to let them adapting to around.
this late morning i start to planted them on new pot.
i didnt realise until i collect them all, they are so many 😹😹, i also split some of #sansiveracylindrica also cut and soil propagating some unwanted look of spiking leaf outside pot. i want good tall #cylindrica for my indoor plant.
repotting sad looking #sansivieramoonshine that has been doormant for monts due raining season. almost had rotten rust leave.
so morning its not good time to repotting plants because we dont know the sun gonna rise hot or cloudy. it is not good for plants.i recommending you to repotting all your plant on the afternoon. so the plants can rest on chilly night, adapting to new soil not feeling exhausted from hot sunny day.
thats alot of things to do, the reward is i feel relaxed and happy doin all this stuff. ♥️♥️ thanks for reading and sorry for bad english
Este Philodendron ha dejado de serlo, desde el 2018 es un Thaumatophyllum. Vaya nombre más traumático, a ver quien se acuerda!
Su apellido sigue siendo el mismo, bipinnatifidum, pero ahora pertenece a un nuevo género. Cómo puede ser que una planta cambie de genero?
Al principio el bipinnatifidum y el xanadu se habían considerado philodendrons, pero como tenían alguna característica diferente como la capacidad de crear troncos con unas cicatrices que asemejan a ojos, se les metió en un subgénero que se llamaba Meconostigma. Ahora el ADN ha revelado que en realidad no son iguales y se ha tenido que crear un nuevo genero, Thaumatophyllum, que significa algo así como “Hoja Maravillosa”. El árbol genealógico de la selva me fascina.
You want low maintenance? I’ll give you L O W maintenance.
Tough. Durable. The quiet hero, the ZZ. Considered the gold standard for houseplant beginners, busy office workers and truly brown thumbs. I ALWAYS recommend this as a starter for new plant parents. They are virtually indestructible.
The large green ZZ was a gift from my mom. It’s over 14 years old!
👩🔬: Zamioculcas zamifolia
👩🏽 : ZZ or Zanzibar Gem 🤟🏽💍
🌎: Originating in drought prone Africa (Zanzibar, Kenya & Eastern Africa)
🌿: New shoots begin lime green then evolve into thick waxy emerald or black leaves, depending on which you have. (Raven ZZ has black foliage)
🌸 : Very rarely do they produce flowers, but they are little white, spathe type flowers similar to those on a peace lily
🧱: Any well drained potting soil will work
🌞: Wide range. Low to bright indirect light. Never direct sun
💧: Tolerates neglect & drought. Water when fully dry. Increase your frequency with increased light. I’ve watered mine 5 times in 16 months 🤯
🌬: Not finicky about humidity
🥗: Balanced liquid houseplant fertilizer (20-20-20) 1x month when watering
⚱️: These are ssssllloooowww growers - repot less frequently. I repot once every few years
❗️: Protect your pets! This plant is toxic. The calcium oxalate crystals in the ‘juices’ may cause skin irritation. Don’t let this scare you!
✴️ : Very resistant to diseases and insects
F U N F A C T S: ZZ plants are on NASA’s list of air purifiers. These plants have been found to remove copious amounts of toxins from the air such as xylene, toluene, and benzene. When repotting, you will notice potato looking rhizomes. Since this plant evolved in dry conditions, they use their rhizomes to store water and survive drought. The rhizomes are underground stems! Have a windowless bathroom or office? Get a ZZ!
Getting al the summer feels in my @lozsclothesforcats bandana 🍉✨😽 Use Code ‘MOCHA10 for a discount on yours!
5 691 June, 2020
This little jewel is another carnivorous plant called Pinguicula ehlersiae ‘Victoria’. It has two phases, one of which it catches small insects as fertilizer. The other part of the year it goes into a succulent stage when the leaves lose their sticky dew. It is usually at that time that the plant produces large showy flowers.
Pings don’t need to be housed in terrariums (they can do perfectly well on a window sill) but this little cutie is going in my LED terrarium along with the others.
If you want to see some truly inspiring Ping plantings check out @witch_plants and her “pingdoms”.
23 4341 June, 2020
Good lighting is important and the humidity.
4 171 June, 2020
I don't do nothing special but, I do love on them hard 💞
7 241 June, 2020
Feeling extra grateful for my little jungle oasis over the last few days. It’s been key in keeping me calm and my mental health balanced with everything coming to light in the news and on social the last few weeks. Sometimes the best thing for me is to log off and go water some plants. _______________________________________________________ #plantsmakepeoplehappy#plantsinmyspace#bedroomplants#plantsinfocus#findingdorriplants
How many months has it been now? I’ve almost lost track! I’m so glad that some people have started to join in after watching me and others doing #thehouseplantchallenge 😊🌱 I won’t ramble on too much but I’m so pleased with how much fun it’s been over the months I’ve been participating and so thankful I was following @flosslittleflat when she started making them! So, if you’re thinking about joining in, do it! Choose the days you prefer, interpret the themes the way you like. Enjoy! ☺️☺️ Also check out the golden hues showing up on this #ludisiadiscolor (I think I saw somewhere that it’s a variety called spider-something but pls correct if I’m wrong!) Its so shiny! So velvety! So sparkly! Something straight out of a fairy garden 🧚🏻♀️ 😍😍 Oh and if you want to see the list for June, just swipe! 👍🏻
Here you go💚
Ompotting og deling av kentia palmen🌴
Planten sto allerede i god jord med sand i bunn. Jeg bruker derfor samme jord i tillegg til ny jord når jeg potter om🙂
Deling av planter eg genialt når en har lyst på flere planter og ikke vil bla opp lommeboka 😬💚
Last time I posted my philodendron lemon lime was a little over three months ago. So here’s an update. I have had it outside in shade but has not grown as much as I expected. However, it seems like the leaves are getting bigger. So I’m happy to see that. I have this plant in a ceramic pot which I’m starting to think might be contributing to it’s slower growth since it dries out slower. I’ll be repotting it into a plastic pot soon to see if that makes a difference.
I love spending time in here, especially in the morning! Drinking my tea, looking at the plants as the sun shines down on them, just being in complete tranquil state of mind 😌
I’m so happy to have my plant space with so much going on in the world it’s nice to have a little area to just relax, reflect and rejuvenate.
As you’ve read I’ve counted the plants in my house and I’m at 40 for indoor, 7 at the front porch and the sunroom, well, I don’t know because I haven’t counted in here yet and to be honest I don’t know that I want to! Lol! I realized after I Counted the plants in my home I have a serious problem, is this plant hoarding or is it considered to be a healthy hobby? 😆
Yet another progress shot of my rubber plant (aka Ficus elastica) 😊 She just won’t stop sprouting new leaves 😍🌿 Will definitely recommend one as a beginner’s plant as she is so easy going and carefree. I’m yet to add other types of rubber plants to my collection (ruby, burgundy, variegated)! 💚
1 9931 May, 2020
My calathea is expecting twins!🌿🌿 I was sooo worried that I had killed it or something when it didn’t produce any new leaves, but now it has finally awoken from its winter slumber💚
I’ve learned a few things about my million hearts dischidias now that I’ve had them for a few months. First of all, this non-variegated one is much easier than the variegated one. It likes bright indirect light and gets wrinkly when it needs water. It has been so forgiving when I’ve forgotten to give it a drink. As you can see, it’s starting to vine so I’m very happy about that!
17 46223 May, 2020
There’s just something about a Zamioculcas Zamiifolia that tugs at my heartstrings 😍 I can never get enough! The ZZ plant is such a resilient plant, I 100% recommend these beauties to any beginner plant moms & dads! I’ve got my eyes set on a variegated one to bring home to the family! 🌱 Also, does anyone else spend their days off taking pics of their plants? Or is that just me 👀