My Alocasia melo bloomed today. I just love his adorable little polka-dotted winkie.
Last Sunday was a rainy day, so it was a perfect time to do some overdue indoor plant repotting.
This pot was a joy to make and I hope it brings good luck to my friend’s new business.
Sure, fresh cut flowers are a nice way to spruce up a room, but why not use some beautiful leaves instead?
Last month I posed about planting Alocasia berries. This month: seedlings!
It was just a humble working garden created for gardeners who clearly loved it, not for tourists.
In the wild, this profoundly sexy act is carried out by bugs. I used a knife.
Houseplants don’t have to be tiny wimpy things. If you’ve got the space for it, go big!
Updates on the Thailand rhizome, Amaryllis seeding, and eBay buying.
The smell is hard to describe. It’s somewhere between a Lilac flower and brand-new plastic.