Concept I've had on the back burner for a bit. Been working on the color a little bit at a time when I've got a spare hour or two. I feel like she's at a point I'd like to share it with y'all.
What do you think of the colors?
I guess you can call this a growing collection 🤭🌱
Is it just me or is there something so simple yet beautiful about glass bottles? I tend to bring my used ones home to be repurposed as room decor or photo props.
I really love how despite the maker’s best efforts, no two glass bottles are exactly identical. Even if they’re made in the same mould, each bottle is unique to itself; just as no two people are the same. 🙃
This plant is not the original one, probably hybrid with other plant. Anyway some new leaves have been growing since this plant came to RK's HQ in last October and this is the new one.
Nori harmonizuoti savo vidų ir aplinką? Įnešti švelnumo, šilumos ir ramybės? Namų centre skirk vietą pelargonijai. Jau nuo seno pelargonijos yra ypač vertinamos ne tik dėl savo išvaizdos (skonio reikalas), bet ir dėl gydomųjų savybių bei simbolinių reikšmių. Pagal ajurvedą ši gėlė ypač tinka vata tipo žmonėms - jautriems, neretai "išskridusiems". Ji padeda įsižeminti, nurimti, reguliuoja poilsio ir miego ritmą bei balansuoja emocines būsenas. Natūralioje medicinoje yra labai vertinamas pelargonijos užpilas bei augale besikaupiantis jo eterinis aliejus - gerklės, ausų, dantų skausmui, net širdies skausmui (čia tinka visom prasmėm dėl augalo simbolikos), odos ligoms, infekcijoms, net radikulitui gydyti. (Tinka ir gyvūnams - valyti blusoms ir ausų erkėms.)
Visai netikėtai pelargonija patapo mano viena mylimiausių gėlių. Panirus tarp jos išskirtinai kvepiančių lapų pasidaro taip ramu, kad net pamiršti, jog sėdi įlindus į vazoną.
Tillandsia or “Air Plants” are simply magical; requiring no soil, they're an ideal way to bring a bit of the tropics into your home. They are stunning in terrariums or as standalone living sculptures. In their natural habitat- the forests, mountains and deserts of South and Central America- air plants are epiphytic (growing on other plants without harming them), and emerge from the crooks and branches of trees.
Care Instructions ::
Light | bright, indirect light. Rooms with southern or eastern facing windows make good candidates, because these spaces will be brightly illuminated with sun for most of the day. Rooms with north-facing windows work well, too, as long as the plant is placed close to the window, and the window isn’t blocked. Western light tends to come late in the day, and can be very hot and intense. Careful - you don’t want to fry your air plant!
Water | Every one to two weeks, soak your air plant in room temperature tap water (or rain/pond water if you can find it) for 5-10 minutes. After soaking gently shake excess water from your plant. Turn it upside down and place it on a towel in a bright space.
Fertilizer | Incorporating orchid or Bromeliad fertilizer into your watering regimen once or twice a month is a great way to keep your air plant happy. Just add a pinch to your water and proceed as usual. Fertilizing your air plant encourages it to blossom and reproduce.
More questions? DM us @mossy_ferns#mossyfern
Hanging in one of my most favourite spots at @flowerpowergardencentres surrounded by ferns 🌿 with my most favourite little munchkin 💗 I love visiting nurseries with Charlize. Little humans are truly amazing. I am learning so much from her, as she is from us. So far, she like plants and animals. Well she already discreetly drops pieces of her chicken dinner to our cat Missy and looks over her high chair to watch Missy eat it. And when she got to reach our spider plant, she gently touched it between her thumb and index finger. Charlize will be walking soon and still loves to taste anything! So I will really need to research the plants I have to make our home is child safe with plants. Do you have or care for young children and plants? Any tips? 💚 #babiesandplants#toddlersandplants#babieswithplants#ferns#fernlover#flowerpowerenfield#urbanplants#indoorplants#plantsmakepeoplehappy#childsafeplants#love