My kalanchoe fedtschenkoi decided to bloom after the storm last week.

from this…

coleus seedlings top view
most of them are about two inches in height
coleus plug

to this…


One of the coleuses just won’t stop flowering and I’ve already missed the point where I should have pinched the buds. Coleus experts say that unchecked blooming will cause the plant to go into decline.

Oh well…

But hey, check its roots out! it’s living its best in leca in a lechuza self-watering pot.


I love this silence, this moment, and every moment.


This coffee plant might not be able to produce enough coffee fruits to meet my coffee demands, but it is still cool to have it around.😝

*Coffea arabica likes moist soil but not soggy, high humidity, indirect light, temp of 60-80°F.


If there’s one plant I’ve been waiting to grow lush and trail, it is this one. Lush is not happening any time soon but it is starting to trail and I cannot be happier. I got this cutting in January this year and I’ve checked on to see if its growing a new leaf every single day, no kidding. This is something I love about gardening, a true labor of love.

splash pothos
(scindapsus pictus “silver ann”)


Loving this gorgeous mound of creamy white foliage touched with green and combined with the arrowhead-shaped foliage that creates an illusion of butterfly wings.
This wonderful plant is called syngonium white butterfly.

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