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reworking all the plants at home! any advice on why that philodendron (hope? selloum??) in the corner is such a yellow-green color? it’s doubled in size but stays this shade we got it before the shop philos and they’re definitely darker green

reworking all the plants at home! any advice on why that philodendron (hope? selloum??) in the corner is such a yellow-green color? it’s doubled in size but stays this shade we got it before the shop philos and they’re definitely darker green

In this modern house, a wall of black-framed windows and doors blurs the boundary between indoor and outdoor. Inside, there's a small sitting area with storage and on the opposite side of the space is an area filled with plants. #ModernInteriorDesign #Windows #Courtyard

In this modern house, a wall of black-framed windows and doors blurs the boundary between indoor and outdoor. Inside, there's a small sitting area with storage and on the opposite side of the space is an area filled with plants. #ModernInteriorDesign #Windows #Courtyard

CEROPEGIA-WOODII-String-of-Hearts Tuber beads are small beads which form on stem at the leaf bases. Can be planted to produce new vines. Press the tuber into the soil, & keep it moist (not wet), plant the bead while it is still attached to the mother plant, for speedier rooting. Once rooted & growing, sever from the main plant.

CEROPEGIA-WOODII-String-of-Hearts Tuber beads are small beads which form on stem at the leaf bases. Can be planted to produce new vines. Press the tuber into the soil, & keep it moist (not wet), plant the bead while it is still attached to the mother plan

CEROPEGIA-WOODII-String-of-Hearts Tuber beads are small beads which form on stem at the leaf bases. Can be planted to produce new vines. Press the tuber into the soil, & keep it moist (not wet), plant the bead while it is still attached to the mother plant, for speedier rooting. Once rooted & growing, sever from the main plant.

CEROPEGIA-WOODII-String-of-Hearts Tuber beads are small beads which form on stem at the leaf bases. Can be planted to produce new vines. Press the tuber into the soil, & keep it moist (not wet), plant the bead while it is still attached to the mother plan