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miashideaway  asked:

hello! i hope it’s okay for me to ask you but how do you maintain your plants in pots without holes at the bottom? i have a couple of new plants in mugs that don’t have holes at the bottom and i don’t want them to die, thanks!❤️

Some plants just won’t go for it, but honestly it hasn’t been a huge problem for me. If you’re worried about drainage you can put a layer of large rocks or sea shells at the bottom to create a little bit more room for drainage, and water less!! Also you can drill holes but I have never done that.

Heyo! My mom got this a year or so ago and I was curious if you know what it is? It got shut in a window a while back and has now started to perk up.



Oh, hm. My best educated guess is that it is in the graptoveria family. If anyone else has some more specific names feel free to shout them out! 🌵

daisiesanddreamboats  asked:

Hi! Hope you don't mind me asking, how long does it usually take to see results from water therapy? Love your blog!

Okay it used to take me forever because I was afraid of putting the stem of the plant into the water BUT now I have seen the light and if you put the stem (fully calloused) directly into the water the roots grow SO FAST. I saw results in less than 48 hours. Good luck!!