1. pinkitzel said: Your blog is so calming for me to look through for some reason, thank you, it helps with my depression and anxiety Keep it up <3

    Aww you’re welcome! :D Stay strong my friend.

  2. Early morning update (that is, for me): A bud from my epi&#8217;s second flower spike (the one that broke off) has started to open up. Good to see!

    Early morning update (that is, for me): A bud from my epi’s second flower spike (the one that broke off) has started to open up. Good to see!

  3. Despite the partial loss of its vibrance, it&#8217;s still looking fantastic and it has definitely gained some height in comparison to the day I bought it. There is a slight sign of decay but at least it isn&#8217;t most the assortment. Watering this little fella is bit of a pain that I am determined to master&#8230; eventually. haha

    Despite the partial loss of its vibrance, it’s still looking fantastic and it has definitely gained some height in comparison to the day I bought it. There is a slight sign of decay but at least it isn’t most the assortment. Watering this little fella is bit of a pain that I am determined to master… eventually. haha

  4. I was not aware that roots could grow out from the flower stems. This could be a possible result of dehydration or perhaps it&#8217;s just thriving.

    I was not aware that roots could grow out from the flower stems. This could be a possible result of dehydration or perhaps it’s just thriving.

  5. A star-shaped flower, how interesting!

    It even decided to grow a cluster of white blooms for me. I have my violet a little haircut, plucking off supposed suckers and dying flowers to help it focus its energy on more important things.

  6. The blooms on my echeveria Tsunami. So far, I haven&#8217;t seen any potential blooming from my other echeverias but it&#8217;s perhaps way too early to make such a call.

    The blooms on my echeveria Tsunami. So far, I haven’t seen any potential blooming from my other echeverias but it’s perhaps way too early to make such a call.

  7. I really need to stop buying these arrangements but argh they’re so beautiful!

    I really need to stop buying these arrangements but argh they’re so beautiful!

  8. Guess who got string of pearls (or Senecio rowleyanus) again? I have no clue as to why my first one died and I was surprised to find another variegated one from the same seller.

  9. Just came back from another trip to the flea market. The hunt was rather… disappointing. I purchased only two plants because there were mostly phals.
    On the bright side, I still have some photos to share with you!

  10. The first re-bloom on my dendrobium Oriental Smile &#8216;Fantasy&#8217;! In the beginning, the flowers were a lot more yellowish in comparison to the blooms that it had when I first saw it at the expo. Within a timespan of less than twenty four hours, the colors finally began to settle in and it even started to develop its lovely fragrance.

    The first re-bloom on my dendrobium Oriental Smile ‘Fantasy’! In the beginning, the flowers were a lot more yellowish in comparison to the blooms that it had when I first saw it at the expo. Within a timespan of less than twenty four hours, the colors finally began to settle in and it even started to develop its lovely fragrance.