This is my lovely Senecio Microglossus. Yes yes I know, it looks like Ivy, but it's not. Its a succulent and indigenous to South Africa. Its got a climbing habit and grows lovely daisy looking flowers in the right conditions.
Today was the dreaded deep clean of the bathroom 😖 Does anyone else try really hard to keep it perfect but only last approx. a day? 😂
It’s a shame my photography skills are so lacking, I just can’t seem to do this pretty little space justice, glad it’s finally coming together though and I bought this lovely little orchid yesterday and moved the trailing plant from downstairs, I think it works 🌿
I personally love having a boho feel to the home and love the look of #macrame#planters . However, I don’t really like using them for two reasons: 1. I think they make the plants looked squish especially when they close in around them. 2. If you leave the plant in there while watering it you end up making them dirty if any water does flow through the drainage holes.
So when I found these clear succulent planters at the dollar store I knew they would be perfect. What do you think?
I got this planter on amazon and held on to it for almost 6 months because every time I placed plants in it I didn’t like how they looked in there. So glad I can finally hang it. 😍
Devil’s Ivy three ways: Heart-Leaf, Golden and Satin
Despite all being called “devil’s ivy” there’s three different plant genus here – up the back is a #philodendron (smaller, darker leaves), #pothos up front (longer, hardier leaves) and finally a silvery #scindapsus ! All of these have grown from cuttings. Vines are so low maintenance and easy to propagate, even for novice gardeners. Watch next week for a how-to.