What is the difference between Syngonium Chiapense and Syngonium Macrophyllum? Good question!
Syngonium Chiapense is an easy growing, low maintenance plant that is fast growing and a joy to grow. Personally, it is one of my favourites at any stage of growth.
It’s been a whole month since I made a Moss Pole for my Green Syngonium to get rid of all the excess Sphagnum Moss that left over from buying plants from away. It’s amazing how much the plant has grown in such a short amount of time. The plant has almost doubled in size in […]
HOW TO: Cut Aroids For Propagation
The cool thing about Aroids is that many of them can be propagated in water, as they have evolved from swamp dwelling plants and have held their ability to grow in water, moss and other moist mediums. By taking advantage of this we can easily and succesfully grow new plants to enjoy. You may have […]
I had a go at making my first Moss Pole recently. I found a spare piece of 20mm PVC pipe that was about 70cm and I figured why not? I also figured why not share it with everyone. So here is how I made it. — I had off cuts of netting from making my […]
Happy New Year, plant friends! How exciting to think what the year ahead may bring. Plant wise, it got me thinking about what plants I hope to add to my greenhouse this year. It’s not a list of “if only” plants, more one thats obtainable and affordable to me. So here it is… my Want […]
As I have learnt more and more about growing plants indoors, I have come to realise how important it is to put focus on the soil you grow your plants in. Often growers rely on a one size fits all situation and plants with different needs are all put into the same potting mix that […]
Everyday I like to check Gumtree to see what plants people are selling. You just never know what you might pick up. Well this one was a goodie. For just $10 the advert was offering a huge hanging pot of “Philodendrons” and another with a big spider plant. Awesome. Although I was sure the Philodendrons […]