➡️$8 ⬅️ 4” terra cotta. All pieces are hand painted by me and are available for pick up, or delivery within Irvine. Comes in either a 4” or 6”. Custom orders are okay. Message me for discount on multiple purchases. . . .
Cacti are low maintenance, water wise plants that store water in their leaves, stems or roots, creating a plump or succulent appearance. They are often found in hot, arid climates such as the desert and have adapted to tolerate long periods of drought. There are many varieties of cacti that come from all over the world. Water - If your container has drainage holes, water thoroughly once a week during active growth period. If your container does not have drainage holes, water sparingly to moisten soil but be sure water does not pool up at the bottom of container which can cause rotting. Allow soil to dry between waterings.
Light - Place plant in a brightly lit south facing window indoors or an area with bright, indirect light outdoors. Some plants can tolerate full sun, but must be gradually acclimated to prevent sunburn. If the light source is inadequate, etiolation will occur and your plant will become leggy as it stretches out towards a light source.
Small and adorable planters make for great gifts and a fun way to show off your succulents, and small leafy friends. They come in a wide variety of designs and are a perfect gift for small kids or dog lovers!
Scindapsus pictus- Satin pothos. I think it’s exotica 🤷🏻♂️ so many different types it’s confusing. This one was getting leggy from hanging so got the chop and propagating at the moment. . . #pothos#satinpothos#scindapsuspictus
And the last of my new additions are this #christmascactus#cuttings . They were pretty beat up when received, but I took the more dead and roughed up parts off, and put them in a pot to hopefully perk up and start rooting! I did put them in water the first few days, but they turned even more brown... But my friend helpped set us in the right direction, so thank you @student_of_the_masterplants
Another gift from my boss was this leafy guy! I'm not 100% sure as to what he is, but I think he may be a #dumbcane which I'll have to research a bit more on proper care and propagating tips. If you know anything about this guy, please let me know!
Delighted to spot several wild occuring Arundina graminifolia aka Bamboo orchid along the grassy slopes of Mt. Kalatungan.
I'm on a roll but suddenly come to a screeching halt when I saw this showy terrestrial plant.
The name Arundina graminifolia derives from the Greek word arundo, referring to the reed-like stems, and from the Latin words gramineus and folius referring to the grass-like leaves thus, bamboo orchid.
This can be also seen being cultivated in gardens. My lola used to have this in her orchid collection in Laguna. Thats why I easily recognize it. I grew up seeing the same bloom.
You know you're in Cordillera when you see this deciduous and showy pink tubular flowers. One of my favorite bloom, the wild Azalea of Philippine Cordillera aka Rhododendron subsessile.
Endemic to Philippines, common in the pine region and below the mossy forest, rare in the mossy forest(but can be seen thriving in Mt. Pulag), again on exposed grass-covered slopes above mossy forest, often in clumps and masses at 1300-2400masl.