This coleus has grown quite a bit recently. Despite the fact that winter is on its way. Kind of think it looks like a snake 🐍🌺 My coleus at works drops a few leaves everyday though, I hope it survives! 😬🍃🌿
These are Cardiocrinum giganteum #seeds . To demonstrate the amount in each pod these were scattered on the floor. Not even half! The rest were cut at the stem and pods placed in paper bags for shaking. Sown in trays of compost, topped with bark and put in the heated glasshouse in shade. This truely #giant#lily should be sown immediately when seed is ready. #wales#garden#himalayas#China#myanmar#plants#propagation
It’s finally happening! Join us in Saturday, December 1st at 6 pm for a propagation workshop at @pebbleandvine! Propagation is the process of making baby plants through cuttings of your existing plants - and it’s a lot of fun! Participants will receive the propagation kit pictured on our flyer - they’ve been hand-made by @ziggy509 and can stand or be mounted on your wall - along with planty art and step-by-step instructions hand-illustrated by @cynno and curated by @lasucculenta! You’ll also receive our awesome plant clippers and, of course, leave with some plant clippings to get you started! We’ll learn all about water and soil propagation for houseplants and succulents, learn how to identify which plants will propagate, and get your hands dirty practicing the correct way to clip your plants to propagate and plant them once they’ve rooted! We’ll even cover the correct way to pack and ship clippings so that you can trade with your online plant friends we know you’re making!To top it ALL off, @pebbleandvine is offering a 15% discount during the workshop - don’t miss out on this chance to make some new plant friends and prepare for our very first MIAMI PLANT SWAP! Link to sign up is in our bio - only 12 spots available! #🌿
I brought a few beauties home from Dick Wright's nursery. I think I'll put them together in my big pot out front. It was such a treat to meet him.
I showed him a big of my big pot of Lolas. It was amazing meeting the man who created Lola as a hybrid. He named it after his aunt he lost to lung cancer. So don't smoke! Spend that money on succulents!
How do you grow with Foliar Essence? Use alongside your nute program. Easily mixed with water 💦 and sprayed on leaves 🌱🌱🌱 during veg - from seedling to beginning flower. Clone feeding: as a soak and weekly spray to boost rooting. 💯 organic & vegan 💚 Photocred📷@weedclectic
Growing with Foliar Essence
Guzmania lingulata 'Variegated'. This one was a baby pup which I separated from the parent. (3rd photo is taken last November) The parent was small and had a red stalk when I bought it. After the flower finished, the parent made this pup and I have been growing it for about 2 years. It’s much bigger than the parent now😊. This plant takes 3-4 years to bloom, and it’s only once in the lifetime. The baby pup is not a baby anymore but getting mature... I feel a little complicated thinking of its blooming and making pups and die😗.
Introducing the #RT1home PROP CONE: Use this 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!)
The Prop cone can transform any glass into a propagation vessel. Place your cone on top of any standard size drinking glass, rest your sprouted seed/bulb/cutting at the center of the hole and ensure roots are completely submerged in water below.
This cone was laser cut from a marine grade woven fabric so the edges will not fray. The fabric is highly UV, abrasion and water resistant. Cones were laser cut and sewn in Los Angeles, CA.