Are you struggling to keep your indoor plants alive?! On the journal today @lucygladewright
shares her tips on how to go from plant murderer to green thumb! 🌿🙌 Learn how to start your own an indoor garden (a beginner's guide). Head to the link on our @community_journal
bio to start reading!! #longliveyourplants
Moved shelf and plants to a new wall so the ☀️ will shine on them more now that Autumn is here.
Such an easy Calathea! No brown edges, grows like crazy and the leaves keep amazing me. But this Calathea does not 'pray' like the others do. Are there more calatheas that don't 'pray'?
I may have a new favorite. Thank you, @elisecardinale
, for the lovely gift 💛
Found this video from a few weeks ago and am being reminded of how miraculous nature is. The other day a Heron flew through the nursery to land in our pond. Creating spaces for all the wild things is one of the best reasons to add plant life to your homescape. Get out and make some new friends today! Especially the green, hoppy kind.
Echinacea is one of those plants that seems to have eleventy billion hybrids and seed selections, and I've started to become quite interested in how Mother Nature's pollinators respond to them. 🦋🐝💖
This Kismet Raspberry looks to have become a regular stop for our bees, and it's relatively compact and upright habit paired with a stunning, rich raspberry color make it deliciously tempting to add to the garden. I wonder how well it seeds, and if the birds love it too. 🐦