I realized I never post my #variegatedbanana#musaaeae in a proper way, simply because they’re quite big and heavy so happy Monday to you and tell me it’s not a dream to have white banana one day (don’t need white Christmas no, lol!)
Every morning it is a delight to wake up to this proud spider plant arching over my dresser, my prayer plant starting to tilt its leaves from a night of whispering to the skies, and new pale green fronds unfurling in my maidenhair.
Here is my spider plant / chlorophytum comosum, violet / viola, and jade succulent / crassula ovata (thank you dear @rlods for the photo)
I love all the people I meet in my workshops my last Plant Parenthood for 2017 happened on Saturday and this pic was taken by the super cool @_jojo_cav of her new extra long chain of hearts baby2018 dates will be up soon
This the second winter under lights inside for this geranium. It takes time and energy to switch out its leaves to adjust to the plant lights but it will start blooming again. The longer I can keep it year in and year out, the more interesting the stems will get.
Give begonias a chance! They look pretty ugly when they take time to adjust to big changes. They will put out all new leaves from the tubers and love indoor plant lights. Cut off the old ugly leaves when you get enough new ones. These plants were almost killed in a big box store. Be prepared to water begonias a lot!