Colder days, and snow on the way this week means all the comfort foods! Enjoying this kale and artichoke dip with carrots and cukes for dipping tonight, and it’s hitting the spot!
Rough/unmeasured recipe- Braise one head of Dino kale in broth until softened. In a separate pan, carmelize some onions in ghee, and add garlic. Drain the kale and add to the onion pan. Sauté everything together with nutmeg, cayenne, salt & pepper. Whisk in some coconut milk, thicken with a bit of arrowroot. Fold in chopped artichokes and some nutritional yeast at the end.
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3 6an hour ago
This gal likes to make me question my ability as a plant parent... from dropping leaves to growing 4 great ones and then dropping 3 more 😌 ficuselasticatineke
17 58an hour ago
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... Leaf Wedge Cuttings for propagating Rex Begonia ‘Eugene’
(no rooting hormone) ➡️➡️
1️⃣ Healthy leaf sliced with a sterilized, disinfected pen knife blade.
2️⃣Wedges showing thick veins will be used for propagation.
3️⃣ Superclean 4” pot and fresh potting soil. Leaf wedges inserted gently into a pre-made channel in the medium, spritzed with a mister.
4️⃣Results after 4 weeks in a humidity dome under grow lights and occasional watering with a mister ... Five plantlets emerging.
5️⃣And in case you could not see all five in the previous photo, toothpick pointers added to assist you.
6️⃣Parent plant Begonia rex ‘Eugene’ just prior to cutting the leaf.
🔟Humidity dome under grow lights, warm moist and bright🤩. .
If you have never tried propagating with leaf wedges, give it a whirl. Thanks to my green pal Walt for this lovely begonia gift. This rewarding project has been lots of fun.
Forever in awe of this beauty! 😍🌱 Pileas were definitely the “it” plant for the first half of 2018, and they’ll always be one of my very favorites. 💗 What plant do you think is next? I have a feeling we’ll be seeing more farfugiums sooner or later! 🤗
36 5508 hours ago
Classic shape on this Zelkova. Great root look too