New things! 🌿🌱☘️So nice to be drawing again. This is how everything begins, as b+w line drawings (always on loose sheets, not sure why I find that easier than in sketch books!) I then plan the different colour layers on top of the final line drawings and from there create the separate layers for screen printing. Maybe I’ll take some photos of each stage to better show my process when I design for screen printing, as I think my methods are not especially technical! 🤔
One of My Christmas #Amaryllis Bulbs had successful #pollination . I have not tried #propogation of these before, but understand it requires patience for true success. I have been watching this one like a hawk and it opened this morning. I couldn't be more excited. I am showing the 4 stages in my pics. I hope to begin checking these seeds for embryos later this week. That will give me an idea how many to germinate now and how many to save to germinate later. Do any of my #instaplant friends have success with this? I would love to hear your suggestions. Happy Monday🌸🌼🌻🌺
Our first plant post! So I got this last month at the @dubaigardencentre. I love how the cacti are different sizes🌵it's just like a mini family 😍 I only have to water it once a month and it makes a great addition to my other plants at home 💕 ~ N
Say hello to... my watermelon peperomia! 🍉 Scientific name, Peperomia argyreia☝🏼🤓 Forget what I said about how peperomia never appealed to me... I have seen enough of these on Instagram and never thought of adding it to a wishlist but when you see a real one at @gather.store, you don’t ask questions and just bring it home.
This particularly appealed to me because this is not a mini cultivar. Did I mention that I like large plants😜? The large leaf here is a size of my palm. I even love that this is wonky and all over the place unlike the ones I see on other accounts. 🌤Some sources say that will tolerate low lights but if you want to see it grow, it should get plenty of indirect light. Meaning... I need to move plants around to make space 😂 #dearplants
3 tahun lalu kelas melakukan aktivitas mengamati tumbuhan beserta sifat n tempat hidupnya. Seorang siswa @kenzuviriyananda membawa sebuah potongan kaktus dalam botol plastik yang berisi tanah pasir berwarna kuning. Tanah yang sama sekali tidak memiliki humus. Setelah melakukan aktivitas, potongan kaktus itu hanya dibiarkan berminggu minggu di sudut kelas. Namun kemudian saya ajarkan mereka untuk mencintai n merawat tanaman. Memindahkan ke pot yang lain dan menyirami secara teratur. Hari berlalu menjadi minggu dan kemudian tahun ... hari ini setelah 3 tahun kaktus tersebut tetap bertahan n memiliki 3 tunas kecil... menjadi hiasan disudut kelas yang baru. #rasasayang , kepedulian n perhatian akan memberikan kehidupan yang lebih baik
#plantsmakepeoplehappy#plantsindoors#iloveplants and #iloveceramics too