The Sea Squill grows in sand and crevices in beachy areas. When I bought it, the salesman said, “plant it, water it, and then never water it again.’ Sounds like the perfect crown jewel to my new two-tier low-water triangle extravaganza.
Like any closed-bottom planter, you have to be careful how much you water.
Last Sunday was a rainy day, so it was a perfect time to do some overdue indoor plant repotting.
Don’t forget Step 5. Never forget Step 5.
This pot was a joy to make and I hope it brings good luck to my friend’s new business.
If this guy won’t live in your office, nothing will.
Fittonia is a great plant for a small container because it’s got fascinatingly intricate leaves, it likes humidity, and it’s a slow grower.
I really enjoyed the modern porcelain enclosure and unusual watering system.