Mamy taki zwyczaj, że przed weekendem pytamy się siebie nawzajem o to, co chcielibyśmy robić przez te dwa wolne dni.
Wczoraj odpowiedź moja była taka:
chciałabym ładnie się ubrać i wyjść na miasto, kupić kawę na wynos i spacerować jedząc lody, patrzeć na ludzi, uśmiechać się do nich i rozmawiać z tobą i trzymać cię za rękę i żeby mnie nogi bolały jak już wrócimy do domu.
Dziś pan R rano do mnie:
Wiesz, ale wieje bardzo dziś.
Ja na to:
To chcę jeszcze żeby mi na tym mieście wywiało głowę bardzo i żeby mi chustka na wietrze szalała. .
To już wiecie co będę dziś robiła.
Dobrego dnia 😘☀️ .
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Reposted from @plantastic_mr_fox PILEA PEPEROMIOIDES CARE TIPS BELOW:
Happy Friday plant lovers. Pilea Peperomioides, also know as the Chinese Money plant are so adorable and relatively ‘easy’ to care for for new plant parents. This is my newest Pilea out of the three I have. She’s still quite small but the most full. Last summer I forgot to turn my Pileas so they grow full and even. Extra tip... turn your Pileas once or twice a week to ensure even leaf size and rounded overall growth. I have also just planted one of my Pilea babies and she soooo bloomin cute. See below for my Pilea care tips: ☀️ LIGHT: These beauties love bright indirect light. I have all mine on a shelf right next to my east facing window and they seem really happy. Again, be sure to rotate the plant once or twice a week for even and rounded growth. If you are south facing, place it back around 2-3 foot as their leaves are prone to burning. 💧 WATER: Water once the soil is practically dry. When you do water it give it a good soak making sure the water passes through 2 or 3 time. Be sure the pot has sufficient drainage holes to allow excess water to seep through before returning to your decorative pot. Over watering will cause their delicate roots to rot, ultimately killing your beautiful Pilea. I use filtered water as tap water causes browning on their leaves. 🌧HUMIDITY: I try to keep the room at about 55-65% humidity as I have lots of tropical plants in the same room. I also give mine a good misting every other day in the summer to keep their leaves nice and cool. 👨🍳 FOOD: I use a few drops of liquid fertiliser in a litre of water once a month during growing season and don’t fertilise at all in winter. 🍁 SOIL: She loves a well draining soil mix. I’d recommend 30% standard premium potting mix, 50% cactus soil, 10% perlite, 10% orchid bark. 🌱🦊 #plantasticmrfox 🦊🌱 #plantcare#pilea#pileapeperomioides .
#zamiadollar#zzplant - one phrase to describe my feeling toward Zamia Plant: I cant help falling in love with you.
One of the easiest plant to love: you can forget them, abandon them for weeks, yet they will survive
Today I made up a few of these little pots with airplants 🌿🤗 They are filled with little rocks with the plant just sitting on top. Remember, these don’t like to be planted ☝️
To water, take them out and dunk in water or spray with a water bottle. And pop them back in!
They will be going up for sale on Monday night on fb 🌿
Some say green is the new black. I agree to some degree.. but sometimes I like to extract the colour to be able to highlight some of the other elements that were considered before all of our focus is on the bright stuff. In b+w our eyes are drawn around the lines and shapes and moved by the contrast in shades & textures of the dark leathery Rubber plant juxtaposed against the delicate leaves of the Maidenhair. Negative space is appreciated and the balance is felt. After that’s noticed, swipe right and enjoy the colour!
Yurt life but make it planty!🌿This light-filled yurt was designed by @zachboth and Nicole Lopez. I’ve always loved yurts and this one is a beauty. Check out Zach’s IG for a cool 2-min video on how to build a yurt. Also their website #doityurtself is well worth a visit.🌿⛺️ Via @designboom
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Going out to anyone who needs to read this right now. IT IS OK IF
💚 you’re falling behind on plant admin
💚 if a few of your plants are looking a little worse for wear
💚 if you’re kinda ignoring them right now
💚 if you have a corner of plants you’ll deal with “later”, and later doesn’t always happen
💚 it’s ok if you under or over watered your green friends
💚 if you throw out or rehome a plant rather than try to rehabilitate (rehome if you can - leave it on a sidewalk with a little note and you’ll be surprised at how fast it goes)
💚 if you feel overwhelmed by what is needed to be done, and have fallen into a state of doing nothing
You get the gist. It’s really normal to go through periods of time with your collection/self/life when it’s all a bit too hard. Maybe it’s because your mental health has taken a dive. Maybe you’re a chronic illness sufferer like me with finite energy and something’s gotta give. Maybe you’re too busy living (yay). Maybe working too hard has left with you no leftover energy. Maybe you have one or more mini humans to keep up with, and trust me, that’s more than enough.
You are human. You are beautiful. And you own a group of living things that are really resilient and deal with these situations in the wild all the time. They’ll be fine, but importantly take care of you first. Throw this ridiculous term “bad plant parent” out the window (I don’t believe in it) and just accept you’re human and can only do what you can do. And if you ever need a bit of help, I’m just a DM away x