The one at the right end looks like some kind of Mammillaria.
I've never put that much effort into Schefflera (or Ficus elastica) cuttings, just snip or break off a piece and put it in a pot, as deeply as it...
Yeah, we're anxious! LOL!
I would still like to see the purple Portulaca blooms.
My pleasure! That sounds great!
Sure, like most potted tropicals, it likes warmth, bright light with some direct light over the shorter days of winter, a loose, porous, airy soil...
TY for the link to the article. I was asking if you had pics of your plants because I thought you wanted to discuss the specific plants you have....
A play on words using the expression "hodge podge", a random assortment. So a hodge pot would be an assortment of plants in the same pot.
That's a ZZ plant: https://www.gardenstew.com/plantstew/9001211
TY. I don't do Pinterest.
Please share some pic of these plants.
Schlumbergera truncata & Kalanchoe blossfeldiana plants are forming buds. They will be the subject of pics soon!
Two D. 'Riki' plants are forming inflorescences. This is one. It's a gray morning!
And this D. 'Massangeana' is also doing it! [ATTACH]
Adorable! I don't have an anecdote to share, but love those cute babies!
I'm glad you enjoyed them, Toni! Common names of plants can be so fun when one investigates their origins.
Cornflower usually refers to Centaurea cyanus.
Cornflour is flour made from corn (Zea mays.)
Homophones but not synonyms.
It may be this plant:
Some recent pics
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Swedish ivy / creeping Charlie (Plectranthus verticillata)
Euphorbia milii (crown of thorns.)
Whatever species, it IS cute!! You get to grow what you want in your yard. :+) And I'm also fascinated with flowers you have to "catch" while...
Separate names with a comma.