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A space for anyone that likes plants of any form!

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@squishy_mcgee
11 months ago
Today I learned alocasias bloom. A pleasant surprise this morning.
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@squishy_mcgee
1 year ago
I bought this calathea a little over a week ago. She was outside being watered by the garden center associate while it was raining and she hasn't been happy since. I moved her last night and I woke up to a new leaf opening this morning. Fingers crossed I dont kill her.
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@squishy_mcgee
1 year ago
My marble queen and neon pothos cuttings are rooting!
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@squishy_mcgee
1 year ago
I accidentally damaged a leaf on this guy while watering him yesterday, so I wanted to show him extra love. He is commonly known as a satin pothos although he's not even a pothos. He's actually a scindapsus pictus.
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@squishy_mcgee
1 year ago
This alocasia is my current favorite. My husband suprised me with it a few weeks ago, excuse the messy windowsill, this is my quarantine area for new plants.
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@rlcreate
1 year ago
This is a Monstera deliciosa, commonly known as the Swiss Cheese Plant. A native of southern Mexico the plant is famous for the holes and tears the leaves get as they grow bigger (hence the name Swiss Cheese Plant). You can see the newer smaller leaves at the bottom of the plant in the picture, then on the medium leaves you can see the holes start to appear and finally fully tear on the largest leaves at the top.
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@rlcreate
1 year ago
This is my Sarracenia, otherwise known as a Trumpet Pitcher, it comes from North America. A carnivorous plant, it secretes a type of nectar to attract insects which slip on the edge and fall to the bottom, where they are digested by the plant.
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@rlcreate
1 year ago
Here's the Calathea Sanderiana at night, with the plant slimming and leaves pointing upwards. This change happens every night, it happens fairly quickly so you sometimes see the leaves rustle into place.
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@rlcreate
1 year ago
Heres my Lucky Bamboo, interestingly it's not actually a type of bamboo at all, just looks similar and so is marketed as such. Rather than coming from Asia it comes from Central Africa. Its Latin name is Dracaena sanderiana.
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@rlcreate
1 year ago
You may recognise this from the title picture, this is my Calathea Sanderiana, a rainforest plant, it has large leaves with purple stripes, the leaves bend outward at the stem during the day and point upwards at night.
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