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Featuring articles from Jerry Feitelson of and Dr. Sarah Schmidt , this blog post brings together the top 5 articles from 2018




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2019.01.20

A soothing Sunday afternoon it was.

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2019.01.19

It is a pancake peacock ♥. This is my first pilea peperomioides (here we call them pannenkoekenplant = pancake plant) I received from a friend. All grown up. I love the fact that this plant can be shared in a way, by separating the offshoots and giving those away to friends and family. 

My pancake plant (or Chinese money plant) is a very good example of my non-professionalism in plant care. Today I finally took the time to separate the four pups from the mother plant. They had grown pretty big and the whole looked very messy. Had no idea what to expect. Never knew these babies where fully attached to the main plant, pretty much sucking up its energy. I guess I understand now why my pancake had remained so thinly leafed. I placed the offshoots in water to let them re-root before planting them in normal potting soil in one or two weeks. From there, I can give them away, just like my friend gave one to me. 

‘Sharing is caring’ applies to plants as well.

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These are all of our succulents.we rescued a few from Wal-Mart as well, most we’re bought online. Some of them are dormant for the season but most of them are dying due to rot, lack of sunlight, and our cats constantly chewing on them and pulling them out of the soil. We’re hoping to revive a few once it warms up but I think most of them we will have to get rid of unfortunately. Maybe we will try again once we move into a new place with more direct sun.

Does anyone have any solutions for the cat issue? They keep chewing on the leaves of our Pilea and Ivy too 😒

We rescued a Golden pothos from Wal-Mart last night. My Wal-Mart actually has an amazing selection of succulents and house plants. We are making it a tradition to rescue a plant from their careless garden center every time we go grocery shopping. @missy-girllovesyou had a huge, flowing Golden pothos back in California but had to leave it for lack of room when we drove to Virginia. She was ecstatic to find this babe amongst so many others.