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Surprise, surprise I went plant shopping and got a couple of plants. I got a Hoya krohniana eskimo (£3.99) and a Alocasia dragon scale (£4.99). As yu might have guessed from the price, they’re both babies.
I repotted my previous tiny plants and my coffee table looked empty so I replenished my stash.
Does anyone here have mourning geckos? Ours REFUSE to remain in our terrarium. They love that book case life. Here’s a little snoot I saw yesterday when I was watering my plants.
It was time to repot my philodendron gloriosum – they’re crawling plants so I need to get it into a longer pot:
There’s a layer of leca and orchid bark on the bottom to stop the soil from holding too much water. She’s putting out a new leaf so I don’t *think* she was bothered by the upset.
My obsession with the kratiste poles continues. I freaking love them. I transferred my Pink Princess and Florida ghost this week.
Seriously, if you’re lazy when it comes to moss poles, but you want your aerial roots to attach, you NEED a Kratiste pole. Look at the aerial roots on this Syngonium:
Here are some recent articles if you missed them:
This week’s tour is AGAIN from the Jungle Haven, but it’s all about the ever-underappreciated Aglaonema. I have a couple in my terrarium, which is a shame because I can think of a few spots in my house that would suit them well. Hmm, perhaps on my next trip to the garden centre…
I also enjoyed this Q&A with the woman that does at-home tissue culture.
Have a great weekend!