Finally repotted my sansevieria!! I think this is one of those times potting down will be the best choice, since the planter I originally bought was horridly inappropriate (no drainage!) Poor buddy is all dinged up, but I think he'll recover. Swipe to see the original mess he was living in 👉
We've made Mother's Day shopping easy for you this year! We have so many beautiful indoor plants, pots, homewares and skincare, we even have gorgeous cards to top off your present! We really do have it all! | #barbotanik
Quick gym sesh this morning (with dozens of burpees and tucks) then off to print (dozen of) photos that I've been putting off for ages. We had our first sleep on our new mattress on our new bed (after a decade of our old one) in our freshly painted bedroom last night 🌠 pretty comfy, but it might be time for a pillow upgrade too 🤔 All the boys have visited four playgrounds while I was gymming it so we might find a few more this arvo for more quality fam bam time.
How good is my Pilea? After repotting it, I was worried it was on its last legs. Now, it's thriving! So many new 'good luck' leaves. I'm gonna research in my new book how to propagate it. It just saaaaaah pretty 😍
My ficus elastica addiction persists after finding two little ruby plants (only one in shot here). I love how the pink 'wash' over the variegation gives the patterning an inky hue! The other two rescue plants in the pink pots are doing OK and I'm just starting to see the tiniest signs of growth 🌱
🔸 I'm going to pot the two rubies together as I love the full look of a multi stemmed pot and all my others are just single stemmed. I always give my new plants a period of isolation, which is lucky as I *think* these might have spider mites... #plantfailfriday 🌿✨ 🔸 . 🔸www.houseplanthouse.com🔸 .
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The gang’s all here 🌿🌿 just kidding this isn’t nearly all of them 🙈🌿🤔 #plantshelfie
Who can name them all? 😏🌿
Day 3! This one was sold to me as a Philodendron xanadu but I personally think it may be a Philodendron deja vu.. opinions on this are appreciated lol I just know it’s a philodendron 😅 Anyway, philodendrons are a dream to care for as long as you don’t keep your house crazy cold year round. I always leave mine in a bright spot that gets plenty of light but not too much because I don’t want to their leaves to get crispy. I let the soil dry out before watering thoroughly. I like to water my plants over a sink, bathtub or outside so the water can freely drain out. For all of my plants except for the succulents and my orchid, I like to use Ecoscraps soil! The huge bag is only $10 🌱