Getting ready to hit the road tomorrow morning for a Wisconsin thanksgiving! Luckily we don’t have to cook anything to bring this year, BUT I’m sure we’ll be bringing lots home with us 😂
Soon to be experimenting with citrus grafting 🍋🍊
Today I am thankful for the #rain
that brings intense green to the landscape, for #family
visiting from Singapore and for #Australia
- the country I call #home
this side of heaven 😁
Let's not forget this little fella - my #peperomiajade
, he is a trooper and is a silent achiever. He looks great no matter how many times I seperate him from his family, he doesn't complain, doesn't ask for any attention and yet he retains a handsome shiny disposition and keeps growing without fail. #trooper #nofuss #silentachiever #plantlove
I must admit that this precious pink “nerve plant” 💕💗(Fittonia) is my second favorite indoor plant ever! First place goes to my “Pothos” of course 🌱
We found some chill at these fountain 💚
Do you prefer adidas or vans?
🌿 Did you know plants release moisture into the air through the process of transpiration, which is when moisture evaporates from the leaves. ... When plants release moisture into the air in a warm room, it can reduce the temperature by as much as 10 degrees. Great way to cool down rooms or apartments with no air conditioning 🙌🏽
I love the way the patina turned out on this piece. What do you guys think? It looks worn and old, like an ancient relic of some sort:) I like mixing the copper and black patina then seeing what the different chemical interactions produce. You never seem to get the same result twice. Now to see if I can get it to do this again...
New ceramic incense dishes by the amazing @lalasfreshpots
and hand-rolled incense sticks by me! I'm so excited to finally be able to offer these to you all. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do ✨
Snag these at my upcoming pop-up @splitrailwinery
this Sunday from 12-6, and keep your eyes peeled for a website update + sale soon 👀👏🏼
Omg what a tall cactus. I want one of these in our livingroom🤓.
I’m not sure if this was the best thing to do, but I’m pressed for time (and space), so I’ll just deal with untangling the roots later. 🤷🏻♀️ Also, did I do this LECA thing correctly?
Happy Holidays ✨ We are hungry for some stuffing - Thanksgiving cannot come any sooner 🤩
Thinking about opening up the shop again. My creative juices are starting to flow. New designs coming soon!
You can catch up with me and what I have been up to for the last 5 months and follow me personally @mayolifecoach
How have you been?
Mini Mania!!! Lots of TINY plants are ready to brighten your home for the season! Pictured are Mini Violets, Mini Ferns, Mini Kalanchoe, Mini Cyclamen and Mini Poinsettias...all in 2.5” pots. Dwarf Fiddle Leaf Figs have also arrived in 5” pots. Tiny prices starting at $3.99 🌿#miniplants #teeneyweeney #plantlove #gifts
Ok my goal with this plant is to try hard NOT to kill it. Lol.. I eventually want more plants because the love for them is growing stronger with time. Does anyone have any suggestions regarding what plants to get for a newbie? Preferably ones that are easy to take care of😁
Je suis confortable et le chat lui-aussi d’après ce que je vois! Ce design est disponible sur coton ouaté ou sur plein d’autres choix de vêtements — lien dans ma bio 🖤
Pretty comfy over here (even with sleeves) but nothing beats how comfortable this cat appears to be. This design is available on a sweatshirt or a bunch of other garments. Link in bio 🖤
These plant buckets are ready to migrate from the living room to my Thanksgiving table (aka kitchen table) tomorrow. Keeping things simple is my method right now, so I’m not doing a whole turkey, just roasting some turkey thighs in the style of change your life chicken by @thelazygenius
, a few veggie sides, and pumpkin pie. ✌🏼 Mostly spending time on the floor with my little guys, cooking slowly, and mastering 1000 piece puzzles. 🤓 Hope your Thanksgiving is just what you need it to be.
Light: Maranta dislike direct sunlight. If exposed to direct light, their leaves will fade in color intensity and often develop blotches or patches. In the winter, when the plants go into dormancy (and sometimes die back completely), give them bright light to maintain growth.
Water: During the growth season, water frequently and never allow potting soil to dry out. They are very susceptible to drought. However, to avoid fungal problems, try not to get water directly on the leaves or let it sit.
Soil: A rich, peat-based potting soil with excellent drainage is beneficial.
Fertilizer: Feed with a weak liquid fertilizer throughout the growing season. Cut fertilizer back to once a month or so in the winter