Hello and welcome to a bit of a different type of post. Spring is the time of year where my plants need the most care between increase in watering, fertilizing, and repotting. I wanted to take this time and share some of my newest plants and share some of the things I have been doing to care for them. I also recently built a plant stand which I will be sharing in a different post.
Updated Plant List
Since I now have about 10 plants, I didn’t realize this, I needed something to help guide my care of them. I ended up coming across an app called Vera. You can set reminders for each individual plant when to water or check plant to water as well as fertilize. It has been a huge help in keeping track of everything since the care is quite different for all of these beautiful plants.
Today my main goal is to pot repot my snake plant and my new pilea. As picturers you can see I am using cactus potting soil and river rocks for my snake plant since this pot does not have drainage, I have no idea why they make pots without drainage. For my pilea I planned on mixing general potting soil and perlite. Well I opened the potting soil and there were a ton of tiny bugs flying out so I ended up keeping the soil it was in and mixing it with a bit of cactus soil. I will see how the plant does and it I need to repot I will.
Here is a little close up of my new plant baby! This has been one of my top wish list plants for some time and I was so please to have come across it by chance while picking up supplies for my plant stand I built. I just love the look of the round leaves.
Lastly, here are my repotted plants in their new homes. I really love the texture of these pots, one looks almost like a hive of some sort and the other is a cross hatch pattern. I feel like it gives them a lot of character without using bright colors. I have found I do not really enjoy bright pots because I feel like it distracts the eye from the beautiful green color of the leaves.
Anyway, that was my recent garden adventure. I hope you enjoy the little update on my plants and such. I am thinking about doing a full on, “plant tour” post. If you are interested let me know!
Do you have house plants?
What is your favorite plant? Do you have a plant on your wishlist?
2 thoughts on “Garden Adventure | New Plant and Repotting”
That’s a cool app! I’d love to use it for my garden. Also, Danger Noodle is my favorite 🖤
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I am glad you think the app is cool, I really love it and it is so helpful with all my plants. That is one of my oldest plants and I just love it!
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