The Philodendron Hederaceum ‘Brasil’ - a cultivar of the Heartleaf philodendron. Also one of my all time favourite plants as they are pretty commonly found in Singapore as cascading vines. Always adding a beautiful splash of colour from the 2 types of green! So glad they are now available in NZ 💚🇳🇿
💡: tolerant of low-medium light but prefers to receive bright indirect light.
💦: Water when the top 1-2 inches of soil are dry!
One of my plant shelves. This one is right over my bed so I wake up to this view every morning 😍 I have also began tagging the stores of where I get the plants in the photos so be sure to check them out!
Años de ignorancia, al fin saldados 🖤
Por fin la encontré ! #personalpokedex 👈
Esta hiervita es el #cominillo o #fumaria parviflora (o en inglés: Fine-leaf fumatory) es una especie de planta perteneciente a la familia #papaveraceae que son plantas herbáceas anuales 🌿🖤 Es nativa de Europa, el Mediterráneo y el occidente de Asia.
En general tiene una vida corta, es casi erecta, a veces se dobla por el peso de su flor; en general tiene un tamaño de entre 15 a 80 cm de largo. Y es muuuuuuuuy ramificado, como pueden ver en las últimas fotos.
Es basicamente una momia, vive en áreas extremadamente áridas, puede vivir en temporada seca entre 8 a 12 meses y es posible que en algunos años no haya precipitaciones y aún así sobreviva 🤷♀️
Para colmo ama el sol y crece estando expuesta 🌞 incluso sin ninguna protección.
Igual aguanta sombra, o algo de protección cuando le tapan el sol otras plantas, siempre y cuando filtren como máximo entre un 20 y 40% de luz. Una sobreviviente 👀
En general crece en partes planas o laderas de exposición norte (por el sol pues), esta la encontré bordeando el litoral 🌊🖤 Que tengan linda semana 🇨🇱 pre 18chera
Si tienen más datos son bienvenidos !
Neon pothos 💚 one of my favourite plants, the colour is like no other plant in my room. Hope you all had a good weekend, mine was a blast! Yesterday I went on a trip to Gilford to pick up a dreamy bike and did a plant shop followed by a great explore and cycle around marshes today 🤙🏻
A flashback to earlier in the year, when the colour in the garden was so varied and bright that simply stepping out there shifted my thoughts, diverted my mind and lifted my mood, probably through the release of dopamine and serotonin.
The season really has changed now and I’m missing the vivid hues of spring and summer. The garden, I confess, is mostly the tiredest of greens and crispy browns. There’s a nasturtium here and there and one or two cosmos and chicory plants still have a flower or two but much of the garden is spent seedheads, which I leave in place for wildlife. I’ve been feeling pretty low this weekend so a peep back at May’s colourful abundance was much needed.
I find colourful images of flowers can be almost as uplifting as being among the real thing, don’t you?
I adore the blues my spring garden produced in particular. What are your favourite floral colours, the ones that shift the dial of your mood furthest towards happy?
waiting for this huge leaf to unfold! i love this dieffenbachia camouflage, her leaves get so big! the third picture is the first baby i got from her, and she has been growing so well! i love the dark spots
Self care isn’t selfish. Say it again for those in the back! Really though, it’s been a busy season for both of us -- personally and in biz -- and it’s been such a reminder on how necessary it is to make time for self-care! Because you know what happens when you don’t?! Burn-out… Exhaustion… Nothing that is going to help you move forward. So if you’re feeling like that, plan some time for yourself! Sometimes that’s a whole day, sometimes it’s just an hour here or there but prioritizing and even adding it to your calendar can be so helpful. It’s even more so during those seasons where you feel like you have no time. 🙌🏻
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