1. I think I got a major fan. haha

    I think I got a major fan. haha

  2. wonderfloniumbouncer said: Every echeveria I have bought, I have ended up killing. The leaves fade to a brown color and become soft, but not wrinkly (except for the ones at the bottom which are supposed to die periodically anyway right?), and eventually fall off at the slightest touch. When I water them, in a pot with a hole in the bottom and cactus soil for drainage, they immediately get worse, no matter how dry the soil is and how long it has been that way. The roots are also brown and sad. Any advice? :( Thank you!!

    To be honest, I am not sure how to tackle this sort of problem but I have faith that one of my followers could you out with this. Can anyone help this fellow gardener out? :D

  3. charislogia said: I've accidentally over-watered my Phalaenopsis, and a couple leaves are turning yellow. Anything I can do to prevent losing it altogether?

    When I was in that exact same scenario, I removed as much of the rotted roots as I could and transferred it into a different vessel with some new, dry bark. I hope that helps!

  4. cimmerian-shades said: Where do you suggest getting succulent, I want to start a little garden but I don't know where to get the plants from... Thanks

    I would suggest going to places like Home Depot, OSH, or maybe even a flea market. I usually get my plants from those sources.

  5. I love how the new psuedobulb looks to be bursting from out of its leaves. I wonder how it will grow sandwiched between two bulbs.

    I love how the new psuedobulb looks to be bursting from out of its leaves. I wonder how it will grow sandwiched between two bulbs.

  6. Flowers! And a new set of “paws”.

  7. Epi update: Just what I was thought, it was an offshoot. It even has some roots growing out from it. How nice.

    Epi update: Just what I was thought, it was an offshoot. It even has some roots growing out from it. How nice.

  8. My haworthia cuspidata has grown so much! I should probably relocate this one into a bigger vessel soon.

    My haworthia cuspidata has grown so much! I should probably relocate this one into a bigger vessel soon.

  9. tawajjuh said: I have a shaded porch and my plants in the window sill. One of my plants has died but the rest look fine, are there any websites that can help me identify the plants so I know where to put them for the correct sun? I also live in a humid area. Thanks :)

    I apologize for the late response. Unfortunately I do not know any sites but I’m positive that my followers can help you out with that. ^_^ Does anyone know any good sites for plant identification?

  10. My Bear’s Paw isn’t exactly, its just growing really slow. I can already see the next set of “pairs” coming in and there is even an offshoot developing on one of them.

    My Bear’s Paw isn’t exactly, its just growing really slow. I can already see the next set of “pairs” coming in and there is even an offshoot developing on one of them.