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It’s a desert plant that evolved to be able to withstand long periods without water, during which it curls up into a ball.
Amaryllis after-bloom care, generosity in gardening, Fred lives on, and snow in San Francisco in this week’s garden links.
The unfurling of a new Philodendron gloriosum leaf.
Heather and I took advantage of the first sunny day in a while and visited Lands End. The plants were all stretching out with the beginnings of spring.
If you’re in New York City, don’t miss Paula Hayes’ two “living artworks” in the MoMa lobby.
One of the things that’s especially magic about Anthurium is how their leaves start out red and become green as they mature.
It wasn’t much more than a stick with some roots, still circling an invisible pot.
Lithops are South African plants that evolved to look like stones in order to avoid getting eaten by hungry herbivores.