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traded some elephants food for these lil peanut cactus & i’m in love w them
The Lobivia hybrid EASTER PARADE is just one of THE most beautiful Lobivia hybrids every created. It is WAY up on my own personal list of favorite hybrids and it´s always a pleasure to see the flower. Check out my pollination video of this lovely hybrid!
Here’s the flower video to the pic. 😁
bath time this morning
on the left is a calathea orbifolia, and on the right is a pothos snow queen
most calathea species, including this one, don’t tolerate tap water. she was in the sink this morning just so she could drain in there
variegated species of plants like this pothos actually require more light than their fully-pigmented relatives. without enough light, their bright white “color” (or lack there of) could shift into a more yellowy-white coloration or even completely revert back to green. on the other hand, direct sunlight can easily burn areas with less pigment. finding a good light balance for these plants can be tricky!
First water and fertilizing of the season. 🥰 Finally!
First day of watering and fertilizing! Lots of work to fertilize two greenhouses, but had to press the asscheeks together and get it done. Actually wanted to start watering around March 15th, but decided to give my plants another two weeks of drought to improve the flowering. Now, they need lots of water and fertilizer until the main flower flush in June. ✌🥰🥰✌
hi son 🌵
2.04.2020 Little Cactus
Echeveria runyonii 💎
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