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Drew a vent art since I noticed I’ve been getting irritable tonight, and even had a mental hiss fit at the stupidity of a fictional character.
Jaune Arc you friggin idiot…
This is heaven lol. Look its bud pop out from new cane without any fallen leaves. Interesting specie #orchidspecies #anggrek #orquidea
Pink spathoglottis plicata. Idk its a specie or local hybrid. No filter to get the right color of it, anyway have a good day and good night may God bless you #orchid #anggrek #orquidea
people who think autistics can’t be sarcastic or understand humour have probably been memed on by autistics more times than they will ever know
This is about as wide as the flowers opened on my Leuchtenbergia principis. The anthers were sterile and failed to produce any pollen, so I’m going with the idea that the flower bud was damaged during development somehow. However, I don’t think I can really discount some kind of genetic defect just yet. Still a very beautiful flower nonetheless! :) I’ll have to see if we get enough sun for the second bud to develop and open properly.
August 25, 2014 - I took several stem and leaf cuttings of the watermelon peperomia on June 14, 2014, planted them in shallow soil, and put them in a relatively dim spot inside a humidity dome. As mentioned in a previous post, I noticed that one leaf cutting sprouted new growth while another leaf cutting never took root. I made a fascinating discovery tonight when I uprooted them: for leaf cuttings, new growth will only occur along a vein - look at how the big leaf was cut to intersect 5 veins and how the new roots emanated from there. I surmise from other leaf propagation techniques, you also have to plant it stem-side down. Let’s do another propagation experiment…
WHOA!!!! This is amazing! I’ve actually never seen this before! If I ever get my hands on this type of Peperomia I am definitely doing this!
Personally I wish I knew this sooner before I gave my own away, then I could’ve tried propagating my plant this way to try to rejuvenate it….
This is the first year in my landscape located behind the garage that the Joe Pye weed is larger then my Oakleaf hydrangea. At first I was totally bummed that my beloved hydrangea had to be cut all the way back to the ground after the hard winter. Once the Herbaceous perennial ( Joe Pye weed) took off in mid-July I totally cheered up and forget about the hydrangea scare. I don’t think I ever…
It’s one wildflower beast that I always smile at whenever I see it growing here, whether it’s in the wild or not. I’ve always considered it the monster/queen/king of the wetland flowers. It’s a plant I’ve wanted to grow as an addition to my native collection for quite some time but I have always been apprehensive with it’s reputation as an aggressive spreader (not to mention its size is difficult for my gardening style to work with). How many here on tumblr have grown this infamous beaut? Any tips or info on it’s nature?
aaa I’m so happy with my windowsill. I also bought new flowers (the last picture) they’re so pretty and I’m so happy
I figure watering all the containers will insure that it will rain… Right?! #ohio #weatherchannel #gardening #gardenchat