All About My Plants!

Lately I’ve been growing a green thumb and I love every bit of it!

I have 2 Pothos, Croton, Palm, Lucky Bamboo, Aloe, and Oregano!

–The Pothos plants are the easiest to grow and keep alive! Pothos Plant Care

–I like the Croton because if it’s colorful leaves! The more light they receive, the brighter their leaves can get! Croton Plant Care

–My coworker gifted me a Palm Plant which I love! The leaves are so beautiful and reminds me of summer! Palm Plant Care

–My friend gifted my husband and I a Lucky Bamboo Plant! It’s small right now but I can’t wait for it to grow so I can repot! Lucky Bamboo Care

–I’ve had my Aloe Plant for a while and I love it because it’s said to improve the air quality. I’ve also used it on my hair and skin and it does wonders! Aloe Plant Care

–My Aunt is a botanist and she gave me Oregano and it has been growing nice and strong! I love it! I haven’t used it in any meals yet but I plan to! Growing Oregano In Water

My plants bring me so much happiness especially when I see them growing little by little! Eventually my home will turn into a little jungle! Haha!

Do you have a plant collection or do you want to start one?! Comment below!

15 thoughts on “All About My Plants!

  1. I wish my husband and I had your patience and care for plants. We have a sunny terrace with an automatic watering system where plants tend to grow as wild as a jungle.

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      1. No, not gnats. I live in Europe, in Catalonia, very close to Barcelona city. The problem we all have there, independently from plants, is the tiger mosquito. You’d better ask someone in your area.

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      2. Not dangerous, it flies low and silent so you don’t notice its bites. Then your skin itches especially if you are more sensitive to mosquito bites (my case) than other people.

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  2. Most of my plant collection is outdoors on the farm but I have five aloe plants indoors (I use aloe when making aloe soap) and a philodendron. I have started a turmeric in a pot and in the fall I will have to move it indoors because it will not be ready to harvest yet.

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      1. I don’t think soap making is hard but there is a lot you have to know because it involves working with lye and lye can be dangerous.
        The turmeric takes about two months after it is planted before it sprouts. It needs a lot of water and in the fall it the winter our house gets very dry so I have to really keep on it. It takes about 9 months to mature and at that time the leaves will die off.

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