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No. 129633

Post pics of your favourite plants here!

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Skull orchid

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Black bat flower. It looks like it would rip your head off if you go near it lmao

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plant wiener

No. 129654

Watch this gigantic stinky flower bloom

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No. 129672

Can we use this beautiful thread to post about gardening too? I started some of my seedlings today!

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Of course!

No. 129676

monke plant

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My personal favourite is hydrangeas! I like purple and blue together best because they're my favourite colours, but pink and blue together reminds me of cotton candy. They remind me of summer. Very pretty.

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I like them too, my favorites are those and wisteria, my grandma had a big one in front of her house and now we have an arch at home. I wish we had a whole tunnel

No. 129704

this looks magical

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I love fuzzy/soft plants like edelweiss ! They are so cute !

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I love this thread! I personally like callisia rosato, they have such a soft and feminine look.

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variegated string of hearts <3 i'm a sucker for anything pink and the heart shaped leaves are just too cute

this is one of my favourites anon! I just managed to find one at my local nursery today and im obsessed with it

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No. 129957

I'm going to grow Luffa this year. Bought seeds and tomorrow I'm gonna plant em.

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forgot pic

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No. 130648

Late reply but what are you going to do with all that luffa, anon?

No. 130676

I don't know. I guess I'm gonna give em to everyone… I just love cucurbitaceae plants so much, they are a joyfull family of plants!

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Hell yes anon!! pls post progress pics once they start growing

I grew a ton of mini cucumbers last summer, it brought me so much joy during early lockdown to watch them grow. It was so fast too, you could practically watch them climb up the walls with their swirly tendrils. They eventually obscured all my south facing windows and I ate a few baby cucumbers almost every day, plus I forgot to harvest one since it got obscured by the huge leaves and it was a real chonker when I finally noticed it. Good times

No. 130738

Same here! I feel like you can really see the little cucumber branches huggin your finger if you stay still enough time! Such a lovely plant.

No. 132916

What kind of flowers do y'all recommend for growing in a veggie garden?

No. 132932

sauce? I can’t recognize that plant but it’s beautiful

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No. 133073

Marigolds! Bees love them but aphids and slugs don't, they're an amazing companion plant

No. 133086


nta but it’s a black petunia.

No. 133102

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Thanks for the advice, I planted some french marigolds next to some tomatoes and bell peppers.

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I’ve been trying really hard to get my parlour palm to stay alive but it flat out refuses. It turns like picrel, dying dried up leafs. It sits in a sunny spot and I let it dry up properly between watering. Please help, it’s one of my fave plants

No. 133221

Gorgeous. Is this a type of lily?

No. 133275

Yep! It's an asiatic lily.

No. 133276

Is it rootbound?

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No. 133384


have you fertilized it recently? And whats the humidity like? They prefer humid environments so it could need to be misted more often

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I'm planting wildflower seeds in my windowboxes today. They'll be getting plenty of sunlight there so I hope they grow fast and bloom in a couple of months.
Wish me & my tiny meadow luck anons

No. 133462

Wow good luck! And now I want some too!
Does anyone know any low maintenance plants that can live on the north side of a home (where there is more shade)? They don't have to be super pretty.

No. 133464

Thank you anon! For super low maintenance your best bet are ferns and hydrangeas. But if you'd like to have wildflowers there are seed mixes for shaded areas available as well: https://www.edenbrothers.com/store/partial_shade_wildflower_seed_mix.html

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Ferns, that's perfect! I didn't think of them but it's so obvious and I think they are so pretty, I will try to find some. Thank you so much. I will look for wildflowers which like shade too. Anyway this is my favorite flower.

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Get a humidifier. My plants have been doing better already since I got mine! Though they do look a bit sorry after winter still. I am unsure if the fiddle fig is too far gone.

No. 133496

are they actually all your plants and if so how do you benefit from owning this many plants? what have you achieved

in case im derailing i think buttercups are prettiest

No. 133499

>raising tropical plants in northern climates.
Why do you guys do this? There are a lot of pretty plants in your region that need less water and sun.

No. 133508

nta but it seems to pig for its pot. I think you are right

No. 133509

Goodluck wildfloweranon!

No. 133517

I benefit because I enjoy them.
I like how they look and I enjoy caring for them
Because they do absolutely fine?

No. 133519

Also I live in a fairly temperate climate being on the Gulf Stream. Literally have palm trees in my garden

No. 133521

Don't worry anon, they are just jelly! Your plants are doing great!

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ty anon. Thats barely even a quarter of my plant friends too, i do have to wonder the logic of someone coming into a plant thread to question why someone may enjoy having lots of plants in their home. tbh it has been the thing thats kept me going through covid and not being able to work. Theres nothing as rewarding as watching a plant flourish imo

No. 133539

Your dogs are absolutely adorable

No. 133540

lovely plants and dogs! My plants helped a lot during lockdown too so I understand. Currently handling too many seedlings for my city house, waiting for lockdown to end so I can go in the countryside and start my vegetable garden!

No. 133547

your doggos are so cute, omg

No. 133556

Your home looks so cozy, I love it

No. 133573

Noticeable improvement to air quality, known morale booster, and the joy of successfully taking care of many things? Jealousy is a disease, get well soon.

No. 133575

lmao I'm glad someone else is calling out jelly-anon

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Thanks anon, I’ll look into that! Like others anon said bless your plant loving heart. I currently own around 30 and some have been with me for years, I love them so much.

No. 133904

Someone in the dumbass shit thread mentioned some misterious delicious "korean strawberries". Does anyanon know the name of the strain so I can find seeds to buy, grow and try this mistery-berry? Thank you

No. 133944

There are a few different strains. I think maehyang is the most common, they have a higher sugar content than the berries some of us are familiar with. Seolhyang is another but idk where you'd find seeds.

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Any usda grow zone 8-9 anons have recommendations for flowering trees/perennial plants?

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My Wisteria is blooming.

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No. 135907

So jealous of you! Your garden looks beautiuful

No. 135930

Thank you, it is a small and supercrowded balcony and I love it.

No. 137073

Can someone rec me some indoor plants for an apartment that's not getting much light?

No. 137094

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Sansevieria can take literally every hardship you throw at it, including little light

No. 137168

ah thank you!!

No. 137170

Saintpaulia ionantha (african violet) is supereasy and needs shade. The more you forget about her the merrier she is.

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Luffa-growing anon here for an update. My little luffa plants are growing strong and ready to be transplanted outside.

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I like succulent plants for how cute and aesthetically pleasing they look. Plus they don't need much watering.

No. 156478

and super easy to propagate!

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