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.


Often the most beautiful ornamental indoor plants are the biggest a$$holes. This is why I have a love and hate relationship with Alocasias. After killing one, I’ve got Alocasia care down to a science. The most important thing for this is the soil you plant it in. Don’t use soil straight out of a bag — always add perlite and some bark too. This plant needs a lot of air pockets, lots of indirect light, and humidity of up to 50-70%, good quality balanced nutrients, and a good source of water.

I am growing it in leca this time and I only use filtered water and boy it makes a tremendous difference. Not jinxing it though.🤞🏻🙏🏻

hello, future bonsai


weeping willow tree

monstera madness

nothing better than these new green leaves from my monstera!

on my wishlist

Monstera deliciosa variegata

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