18 months ago, I picked up a reverted Philodendron Domesticum Variegatum as a “Project plant”, to see if I could turn that variegation around.
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Disaster! A slug got into the seedling tray, with all of my baby Anthurium. I could cry! I had 5 Bakerii, 12 Gracile in there and both varieties have taken a hit. So hot tip!!!! If the air vents are open and slugs are about, its best to check for intruders. Especially before shutting them […]
Well, if this isnt the ultimate greenhouse, I dont know what is. The Bicentennial Conservatory This massive structure houses an assortment of rare and endangered plants from lowland rainforest’s of Northern Australia, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and the nearby Pacific Islands It is spectacular to walk through and enjoy the plants from this part of […]
I have been learnng so much about growing Aroids in the past year and the most “Trial by Error” event was my first heatwave. Four days above 40deg (Celsius) and the last and most damaging day being a crazy 45deg. That last day was the one that caused the most damage. With another day above […]
This weekend has been all about making Coir Poles for my planties. Originally, I figured I only needed to make one or two and then keep the left over of what I bought, for later. Haha, nope! I always get carried away. I need more coir to finish a few off and then all my […]
Unseen Plants Of Oct – Dec 2019
Yeah, I got a little lazy with posting on here towards the end of the year. Mostly, I didnt know if I wanted to continue with this site, start fresh on another or just scrap the whole thing. But it is a great way to track my collection and compile information as I research plants […]