| I swear it was Friday like five minutes ago! Can we start the weekend over again? 🤦🏼♀️ |
🎁 Small gift idea for your plant loving friends or family! Use this Prop cone to grow larger seeds, pits or bulbs over water - such as avocado seeds, tulip bulbs, or to showcase any plant cutting with their roots growing in water. These lightweight & durable cones were created to be a reusable accessory for all of your propagation needs. (No more tooth picks!)
Why not, everybody’s doing it. I hope we get a little tree. I say we because this is my daughter’s contribution to the sill. #avocadotree
where you are planted 🌸 even if it’s in some cheap blue top dressing from Dolla Tree :)
| sunday morning stroll |
succulent Sunday 🌞featuring these itsy bitsy teeny weeny fuzzy props! this is the first success I've had with propagating Panda Ears & although they're just specs of fuzzy growth I have faith in them!
I’ve been looking back on all the creative endeavors I’ve gotten into in 2018, and THIS was the first painting I did here in Charleston after our move. I’m happy we have it hanging in our hallway so I can be reminded to paint every time I pass by it. Hoping the @chswineandfood
is planning more spaces for murals again for ‘19! (...and hey to my #propagationstation
Sundays are for Succulent Farming 🌱🤠
Sansevieria cylindrica: trying the rooting technique where the cutting doesn’t touch the water. It is suspended above the waterline by the pebbles. I’m guessing the humidity is enough to stimulate roots to grow, but I can’t say I’m optimistic. #sansevieriasunday
Finally got around to transferring some of my succulent leaves I’ve been propagating in to a little tray.
It’s taken quite a while for some of these little guys to sprout pups or roots. I was starting to think propagation was impossible 😂