Our syngonium podophyllum three kings was getting too big and we wanted more pots of them so its time to propagate!
Ever seen one of those “Plants Even You Can’t Kill” lists? Here’s why I think they are largely inaccurate; i.e. there are no easy plants with a 100% survival rate.
We received a few Caladium bulbs from a local seller. Although we have quite a few Caladiums in our collection, this is the first time we are growing from bulbs directly. Heard from a fellow hobbyist that they are really easy to grow. We will use this post to share some tips from the sellerContinue reading “Planting Caladium Bulbs”
We started a small project this weekend to slice the head off our Matucana Madisoniorum. We first got it in March 2019 and on the right is how it looks right in July 2020. This is one of our first few cacti and we made a lot of mistakes growing it. Beheading it gives usContinue reading “Beheading Matucana Madisoniorum”
Growing Lophophora (Peyote) from seed can be a really fun and rewarding process. We got some seeds from a local hobbyist that had bunch of blooms but didn’t have the time to grow them. We also bought some seeds from sellers on Facebook and Instagram. The seeds were sowed some time in September 2019 andContinue reading “Growing Lophophora seeds for the first time?”
So today we finally decided to re-pot a batch of Lophophora seedlings that was sowed around 8 months ago. At 8 months old, these seedlings could have stayed in their germination box for a few months. But sadly we spotted some rust growing on some of the seedlings, and didn’t want the rust to spread.Continue reading “Saving Lophophora seedlings from fungus and rust”