All of the house plants all of the time. This part of the bedroom is turning into a little urban jungle and I love it 🌿 What about this weather, eh? Autumn is definitely here and I love it! Can’t beat getting cozy on the sofa, lighting so many candles your house becomes a fire hazard, and turning on the fairy lights 🍁
Dit is de taaiste rakker onder de kamerplanten: de Zamioculcas. Hij is stevig, strak van vorm en niet kapot te krijgen. Echt iets voor die ene vriend of vriendin die best wel aan de plant zou willen, maar hem geheid vergeet water te geven. Want het lijkt wel of hij het juist beter doet als je hem even verwaarloost. Hij kan op een lichte standplaats, maar dat hoeft niet. Een donkere plek vindt hij ook prima. En: hij is nu ook in een zwarte variant verkrijgbaar: de Zamioculcas Raven. Stoerder krijg je ze niet. De bladeren zijn groen als ze opkomen en worden steeds zwarter naarmate ze ouder worden. Beide varianten zijn verkrijgbaar bij Spruit! 👊🌿
This is so staged omg but while I was taking photos of plants I’m going to sell I wanted to show off my Hatiora Salicornioides aka. The Drunkards Dream🍹planted in one of my fav tea tins. I know too Pinterest I’m sorry
• Hi there, how are you?
• Here are a few random bits for the new faces around here, welcome!
• I’m Ocean, a 28 year old hopeless romantic who can often be found waxing poetic about strands of yarn, or how warm the sun felt my face this morning.
• A little 5 year old knows me as mama. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for that little ray of sunshine.
• I’m a maker of many things. Yarn things. Silver things. Baked things. Poetic things. I try to live as sustainably and ethically as possible, but I also want to have realistic standards coupled with these. Always remembering to sustain myself first. Balance.
• My DM’s are always welcome to many different discussions, right now it’s mainly social justice/feminism, yarn dyeing, motherhood.
• Why are introduction posts so scary to write?
• I’m a Sagittarius. Which might explain a few things.
• I happy that you’ve found my little cosy place, feel free to introduce yourself, even if we already know each other, but only if you’d like to
The teeny weeny Amorphophallus ongsakulii, which was only described about 12 years ago. It’s a miniature plant that was found in the understory of the tropical rainforests of Laos. The other is a Typhonium roxburghii, which is also a dwarf (though not as diminutive and has a more extensive range throughout Southeast Asia). Got them as bulbs last year and they popped up this year!
This cool peperomia looks alot like a well known pilea. Except this plant will grow closer to the grown the more light it gets. it likes to dry well between waterings. We have seelings of this plant started and should have them ready for sale in a month or two.
Watched a scary movie last night, and I could not sleep. Not sure why I thought it was a good idea to watch a freaky movie when the hubby is out of town, but I did. When I can’t sleep, I make. So now I get to look at something pretty, while I drink my third cup of coffee 🙀☕️
Here is a syngonium that we are about to release. This is an unknown species that the young leaves are very long and pointed. the color is deep green with a gold reticulated patern. What do you think of this crazy looking plant?