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August 17, 2020
An ode to thrifting — my collection of vintage homewares for houseplants
My most variegated pot of propagated #tradescantiafluminensistricolor that I shared a photo of a few weeks ago is filling out nicely — I love these leaves! 💕
In this photo we are taking a trip back in time to my old apartment + to a photo I shot in my bedroom after returning from my last trip to Bordeaux. I loved that view of the big tree outside and the rustle of the leaves in the morning. 🌳
#tradescantiananouk has got to that point where it is looking wild! I think it’s good to show the reality that some of the plants don’t look their best all the time! Don’t get me wrong — I still love this plant even when it looks like this + I’ve enjoyed letting it grow out a bit. I think I’ll prune it back soon + add the chopped stems back into the top of the pot. I’ll pop a photo on my stories to show how it looked a year ago! 💕
I’ll never get tired of new monstera leaf green 🥰🍃
☀️Morning sun just now on my Peperomia hope — what a beautiful day! ☀️
A friendly reminder to check on those plants you might sometimes neglect a little… now that it’s a bit warmer, they’ll be wanting more regular watering! 💦 You know the ones — they might be high on a shelf, or in a room you don’t go in everyday, there’s always a few here I can forget about when things get busy.
#tetraspermatuesday 💚 as my #rhaphidophoratetrasperma matures, I’m noticing lots of interesting leaves on my plant…this is my current favourite to unfurl! 🍃
#monsteramonday with some of my Monstera adansonii propagations — roots are formed + these are ready for planting! 🌱
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