Look at the toothy peristome on these Nepenthes Red Hairy Hamata
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Capturing the slow beauty of my plants have been the most therapeutic hobby for me this year. With the minimal growth and rotation - I love capturing the cycle and having these files as memories and posting them on IG as my little plant diary. Who else is becoming a plant lady? #urbanjunglebloggers 🙋🏻♀️🌿
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When your mom asks you to make her planters and of course I make her my favourite combination. This trio meets simplicity and statement and that’s what Mind The Minimal represents to me. Love you mom! Hope you like it 😘🌿 #giftidea#plantlady
I read a blog about how to care for Fiddle Figs and she said that every Fiddle needs a name. Meet Fiona🌿💛 #fiddleleaffig
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#flffriday - HOPE is the overall story of my life this week and this one was just the sign I was looking for. We have 4 fiddles at home, all acquired between June-July, none of which have shown any positive sign of growth (two had only 1 new leaf and they are not looking so good). Some are still looking pretty dormant despite a very calculated weekly watering schedule, an amazing filtered sun room, some organic plant food, notching and pinching. Not gonna lie, I don’t get social media envy but for the first time, I really felt envious when @leighkiyoko’s fiddles were popping out new leaves like it was the easiest thing in the world 😂. My fave fiddle, called Beyonce, dropped a leaf yesterday, but instead of feeling down, I actually felt excited and hopeful that this means new growth is about to appear. Beyonce sits on top of a shelf so at that point, I couldn’t see what was happening above. When I put it down to clean its leaves, both of my eyes got super wide, and my jaw dropped as I saw not one but TWO new baby leaves, plus a very healthy new bud, and it looks like a teeny tiny branch that will sprout. And I don’t know if I was imagining it, but when I saw the growth, it was sunny, and there was some bright light emanating from it, like a miracle (cue background sounf effects). Needless to say, I had a Wall-E type of moment and felt hope radiate inside me. And for some reason, whatever personal problems I’m currently having feels like there’s going to be some miracles on that front as well.
It’s good to have friends who inspire, influence, encourage and uplift you! Even when they influence you to buy more plants *cough @sisterhord cough*! But, you know I ain’t mad! Cus LOOK at this #splitleafphilodendron ! This post is half about my jungle and half about awesome friends, who some you get lucky to also double as amazing leaders in your life. Still reminiscing on Bro Bensons message a few Wednesday’s ago on influence and it’s impact. On yourself by others, and on others by oneself. It’s not easy to do either or sometimes. To influence or be influenced. But I’m thankful for the many influential friendships I do have. “A friend that sticketh closer than a brother...” 💕👭 #thejennifajungle#plantmagic#plantlady#jennifaphase4
This guy...man. What a dream boat. Will hold, not one, not two, but THREE of your beloved oxygen bombs for you! Whaaa?!
What a gentleman🙌
I mean...he was raised on Al Green, and James Brown. 👌
He was all in knots when I told him they don’t make music like that anymore. 🎶
Top is made of a metal hoop wrapped in the same cord as the rest of his body. He has chosen an ombré effect with the wood beads. 💪
Standing tall at 72 and a half inches he is ready to kindly hold your plants, and perhaps watch you unload groceries...you know...because he has his hands full. 💁♂️
Message if you’re interested in taking this guy home to hang...wherever you want. 😏
Tip: but not really because you probably already know this — texture is everything! ✨ Find balance when mixing textures so that they compliment one another. Here, the Aloe and the Pilea have a similar form (new leaves emerge from the center on both plants) while the Pilea and the succulent have a similar round leaf shape. The difference in textures makes this composition interesting; the similarities make it aesthetically pleasing.
Freshly potted variegated string of hearts and lavender pebbles that arrived today, just in time for #onwednesdaysweplantpink 💕🌸💗🎀🌺💘
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Warning: yucca plants are not only spiky but they have rough, serrated leaf margins that hurt like hell. Wear gloves 🧤 for protection! We thought naming it Vegeta would be fitting. Any #dragonballz fans?
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Schefflera amate | I just love the large palmate leaves ❤️
This little one will be my LAST succulent turtle that I will be making for a while~ (besides the large succulent turtle that I'm almost done with but who knows when I'll be finished with it🤷♀️). I had fun making this succulent theme... but don't get me wrong, I'm so ready for a new theme... 🐢😉hint: 🏝🐠🌴🌊. .
I'm still working on the new theme but it's taking me a while because with a new idea, there's lots of experimenting that goes into it. I'm not totally sure what I want for it to look like but I have soo many ideas... But with so many ideas running in my head, its so easy sometimes to get stuck and go nowhere. Does any other artist out there know what I'm talking about? It's kinda like crafters block but the opposite...My mind has so many ideas running through my head that it's hard to pick one ); If you guys do have this problem let me know in the comments below, and also what you guys do to push through that? It might help me and also other artists going through the same thing. I feel like I can't be the only one right?!😓
The thing about my #euphorbiatrigonarubra is that, they grow so pretty lately which makes me feel slightly to strokes them in a way. But the facts that they rly are such a prick and easily tampered with those toxic bleeding latex (not only me, but mostly them lol!) makes me think over it again, again and again 🤔🤦🏽♀️😆