The sun is finally hitting the back of my living room and the Croton lights up like it’s on fire. I love this plant so much!
Does anyone else feel like you have too many plants?
A lovely view.
There’s always a bit of history with Pileas and the metric ton of pups, they produce. If you own one of these, you’re almost obligated to share a cutting or 30 with friends, family and neighbors.
I got this plant as a smallish cutting 3 years ago from my mom. Since then it has produced around 60 little pups. I wonder how many grandchildren and great grandchildren it has now.
The leaves of my Hoya australis. The sun is hanging lower in the sky and my living room plants are finally getting some well earned sunlight. This guy has grown so much since I got him.
I walk past this 4 feet tall Croton every day at work. Every office should have one of these! It really makes me feel more at home.
I’ve been bringing more and more succs indoors for the last couple of weeks and my pedestal shelf thingy is now packed with all sorts of cold sensitive plants.
It won’t be long before the first frost sets in.
I bought this Hoya australis (probably) from a private seller because it had gotten out of control and they didn’t have room for it in their house. It took me just under an hour to untangle the 2,5 meter vines and tuck them in around the well hidden trellis. This Hoya is going to do just fine in my living room, but man, she didn’t lie when she told me it was big.
I did a thing. All of these colorful plants are getting my creative juices flowing.
Update on my favourite seedling tray:
From back to front: Astrophytum Myriostigma, Pseudolithos Cubiformis, Pleiospilos Nelii, Fenestraria Aurantiaca, Gibbaeum Comptonii, Argyroderma Aureum, Mammillaria Plumosa and 3 small Uebelmannia Pectinifera.
The Argyroderma seedlings in the bottom right pic are finally splitting, 5.5 months after germination. They’re so fat and adorable!