Have been spending too much money regretfully on sub standard plants so rather than scrolling through plant sellers’ pages, I am going to occupy myself writing about the experience

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What do I want to share? All the curiosities that I am going through, like how my p. Barrosoanum broke and thankfully I noticed that the upper leaves are going droopy (not getting the water). So they got chopped up into a few possible baby plants. The good, when I buy something I think is reasonably priced and the bad, when a plant dies.

https://allboxedupsg.wordpress.com/2021/05/29/introduce-yourself-example-post-2

I want to use this blog to document my houseplant hobby as well as discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of plant parenthood

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My favorite varieties to collect are calathea and cacti – two polar opposites, I know. I just love how many unique varieties of cacti there are, and I love the challenge of calathea. If there is anything else you’d like to know about me, feel free to leave a comment! I will do my best to answer in my next post. Stay tuned for some planty content!

https://gabbyshouseplantblog.wordpress.com/2021/03/30/hello

I want to turn this ugly spot into a pollinator garden

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It has been determined that three quarters of the flowering plants in the world and more than one third of the food crops in the world, need animal pollinators to reproduce. A number of studies have been done that show just how important animal pollinators are to the food chain. It has been estimated that one out of every three bites of food we eat depend on animal pollinators.

https://goldgardenproject.wordpress.com/2020/11/13/project-purpose