Like any closed-bottom planter, you have to be careful how much you water.
That tiny fluff is just the packaging – the seeds are too tiny to be visible to the naked eye.
My Alocasia melo bloomed today. I just love his adorable little polka-dotted winkie.
It’s easy to see how inviting the whole scene would be if you were a fly and into that sorta thing.
I think I found the mystery Philodendron parent plant.
We read the botanical web so you don’t have to. In this edition: Thrips in amber, plants for sale, wild orchards, and saving the rainforests.
It’s been six months since I planted Betty’s berries and I now have a small family of amorphophallus titanum.
Though it looks like a small tree, what you see here is actually a single leaf.
Not that the tiny sprouts would have hurt me – it was just too weird to see them emerging from a regular old tomato.
A single species can have different leaf shapes over the life of the plant.