Which plant? What pots, etc?

Each plant is rated so you can tell how easy they are to care for. I've included some equipment posts for extra measure!

Ceropegia Woodii
(Rosary vine)

06 Jul 2020

Easy care (^_^)/

Trailing vine, beautiful grean-grey leaves with purple undersides. Veeery drought-tolerant.

Seaweed fertiliser

17 Apr 2020

Equipment

My favorite (and only) fertiliser! But not entirely flawless...
Maybe it was just me?

Neem oil

16 Mar 2020

Equipment
Pest solution & fertiliser in 1

Non-toxic to you, your pets, and the bugs you love.
Haven't tried it yet?

Calathea Ornata
(Pinstipe plant)

20 Mar 2020

Advanced care \(◎o◎)/!

My most high-maintenance plant, but so worth it when it's happy.

Pilea Peperomioides
(Money plant)

Easy care (^_^)/

Easy, sculptural, it grows so quick and multiplies like a rabbit (great gifts for friends).

Epipremnum Aureum
(Neon Pothos)

Easy care (^_^)/

Lime green! You can let it trail down or let it climb up your walls.

Epiphyllum Anguliger
(Fishbone cactus)

Easy care (^_^)/

Mine looks a bit scrappy but it's still growing from a cutting.

Hedera Helix
(Ivy)

Easy care (^_^)/

I mean it grown on buildings, how hard can it be.

Hoya Carnosa
(Wax plant)

Easy care (^_^)/

So forgiving of missed watering. Increadible, scented flowers (which occur once a year and only when it's mature).

Sansevieria
(Snake plant)

Easy care (^_^)/

Carbon sponge, majestic leaves, what more could you ask for. This is a varigated snake plant so there are a few things you need to know...

Utricularia
(Bladderwort)

Moderate care ヽ(^。^)ノ

Give it sun and rainwater and this delicate plant won't let you down.

Pink Quilll
(Wallisia Cyanea)

Moderate care ヽ(^。^)ノ

A little tricky if you don't know how to care for it, and yes that pink is real.

Aloe Vera

Easy care (^_^)/

No direct sun please. Another beautiful sculptural plant.

Succulents

Easy care (^_^)/

A whole world of easy care plants, but if you put them away from the sun the poor things will get leggy as all hell.

Terracotta pots

Equipment

I love 'em. They're cheap and plentiful. Some plants will hate them so read on.