I might have mentioned once or twice that I’m slightly obsessed with house plants. I don’t know exactly when it started, but it definitely wasn’t always like that. I was juggling school and work in my early twenties, living between two cities. Back then I really struggled to keep even one plant alive. Designing new homes and apartments, I quickly realised that any living space is just not good enough with no plants in it.
So today I want to show you few of my green babies. Some I’ve had for years and some are brand new.
On the picture below, starting from the left: Dwarf Cavendish banana tree, Echeveria ‘black prince’ succulent and fiddle-leaf fig.
Rubber fig (again from the left), jade plant, Alocasia Amazonica ‘elephant’s ear’ and Sarracenia – a carnivorous pitcher plant.
You probably know the biggest one – Monstera deliciosa. It is very popular and I’ve been pretty successful in growing them. I now have three and two of them are from the cuttings.
I’ll be happy to show you the rest of my urban jungle in a separate post. Just waiting for a nice and sunny day to take good pictures.