Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Wordless Wednesday: the houseplant edition.

Trailing ivy, a succulent, and part of a fittonia.

Bonsai tree and two miniature roses.

Cacti. The camera angle doesn't show the baby cacti between them: they'll need bigger pots in the spring so I'll photograph them then!

Ivy, three succulents (one partially hidden) and two fittonia.

A carnivorous plant sold as a 'mini marsh'. Since buying it in August it's never been watered and it's thriving!

Spineless Yucca and unknown (sold simply as 'foliage').

14 comments:

  1. what a lovely array of plants and wonderfully creative photography!

    Happy Wednesday to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  2. I'd love to have all those in my house!

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    1. Most of these are very easy indeed :) The yucca's new, got it last week so not sure how it'll turn out, and I admit the miniature roses can be awkward, but the rest are very simple :) I've got some caltheas as well, which are on the whole easy but one's looking sorry for itself because it's so cold even indoors, but even so I recommend those as well :)

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  3. lovely pictures; looks a lot like our place...

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    1. All the houseplants or the outdoors? Or both? :)

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    2. both: a couple of orchids, some ferns, a banzai and others... Mrs. M is the grower person... and lots of hemlock, doug fir, alder, and big leaf maple outside...

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    3. I had an orchid but I couldn't look after it properly - such an awkward plant! :)

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  4. It's nice to see green in the dead of winter. The ivy looks vigorous but, of course, it's England so it wouldn't dare NOT grow there, lol! :-D

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    1. Well indeed! I've never had a problem with ivy, it really does grow wherever. Even got some on the dining room table wandering about (it's not going to stay there, getting a bit too long!). It's a plant I rather admire :)

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  5. That beautiful window!!!!!!

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  6. Beautiful photos!! I love how your different plants and pots complement each other, very artistic and peaceful, too.

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    1. Thank you :) I'm lucky with the pots - I tend to buy the cheapest ones I'm afraid :)

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