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Ben saksıya dikene kadar meyve verecek gibi 😊

fall into the cool temperature loving orchids category. This means daytime temps between 60°-70°F (15–21°C) & night tems between 50°- 55°F (10–13°C).

Been a little blue, so decided to cheer myself up by drawing some of my plants. 😃 Hope your Thursday is a good one.

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“Plants. Add plants. Studies have shown that plants help us improve concentration, memory, and productivity. They also have a calming effect on the soul.” ― Pia Edberg

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Need more proof that Mother Nature is the greatest artist: look at the striped lines on the prayer plant! 😍😍😍

30 Indoor Plants That Are Almost Impossible to Kill These sturdy beauties can handle a little neglect.

Houseplants are an excellent way to cleanse a space of negativity and promote good health. My little Rosemary is flourishing!

Looking after can seem scary if you’re new to it, or have had a bad experience in the past.🌱 If you're struggling to solve your leafy conundrums, it might be time to consider these indestructible >

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Baby aloe and baby cactus 🌵🌱

Green Witch Tip

Look for clear bottles, vases, etcetera at thrift stores (they range from $0.40 to $1.20 in my area), fill them with water, and snip pothos or spider plants from the main plant to multiply your indoor garden.

These two plants grow without soil indefinitely, as long as you replace the water every one to two weeks and feed with a drop of liquid fertilizer once a month.

These are particularly good for low-light dwellings, as the natural light still comes through the container and the plants will offer some nature connection indoors. I have an eclectic arrangement of clear bottles filled with pothos, Marimo moss balls, and spider plants in my short, basement windows and on my mantle shrine.

These bring with them elemental earth in the plant and elemental water, which are both relaxing and grounding for your rooms.

These plants clean toxins out of the air too ✨🌿🥰 Just keep them out of reach of kids and pets—they’re poisonous if eaten!

Plant shopping tip: if there are various sizes of the same type of plant, compare the size with the price. You’ll often find places jack up the prices for ones in bigger pots even if the plants in smaller ones are the same size or only a little bit smaller.