poast your setups and houseplants. who here indoorjungle?
I have lots of little plants and geodes all over my apartment!
if you think "gay" is an personal attack your on the wrong board, queerbait!
we don't marginalize the hoomosexuals here, so get right the fuck out! I was complimenting the OP on his bold choice of cockgobbling and shpinketer stretching. How dare you take that as an insult?!
how dare you!
gay people have been around since the beginning of time. They'll still be here in a few generations.
you know, gay people alway come from straight parents, so it doesn't matter if gay people reproduce, they'll always be with us!
>people actually repost pictures of my room.
not particularly useful
yes, add small gravel too
ok, but regular potting soil with humus is better
I use garden soil (15-20%), humus (15-20%) and small gravel (60-70%). Depends for what kind of succulents it is
>humification isn't a bad thing.
Depends on the succulent. If it's cacti it can be a problem since humus holds moisture for long periods. Other succulents (Aloe, Haworthia, Crassula and shit like this) don't really give a fuck.
It's a picture of bugguy's bedroom, and everyone hates bugguy because he's often very douchey and likes to troll the board by pretending to be marginally stupider than he actually is.
He's being rather civil in this thread, though, so there's that.
All I got are these on the windowsill. Two apples, nothing on the right, and a pair of loquats squished into the same can on the left. I will eventually move them all outside. And into something other than old dog food cans.
I recently got a ginkgo in the mail. It came in a plastic bag with the roots wrapped in wet newspaper. I put it outside in a pot, until it's big enough that I can put it in the ground without someone accidentally running it over with a lawnmower.
Not really, no. I never expected to get loquats, either. But those ones are the offspring of the seeds I planted 12 years ago.
The avocado, I imagine, would also fruit, as it definitely flowers and has been flowering for about three years now. But they don't really self-pollinate and there aren't any others in the area.
>Because you don't have rare/difficult species of cacti.
I soley keep rare and difficult plants.
the only plants I have that aren't rare or difficult were gifts or belong to my grandmother.
I don't post without trip.
I've got some Delphiniums growing in my shed right now, I'll post a picture in a moment.
here's what my garden looks like right now.
and they look like they've been infested with mealybugs most of the time.
I'm sure I have some bacterial plants living in my trash pile.
i think that's a nice set up desu. i'm a big fan of orchids, ferns, sarracenia, and tillandsia. my room is garden level and at the front of my house so i keep my shades closed all the time.
due to some health issues i've kinda been unable to care for most of my house plants. rip. last time i checked there is a mealy bug infestation on a group of my plants in the living room. will probably just dispose of them because fuck trying to salvage all dat.
this is my neostylis lou sneary 'blue bird' and my nepenthes alata x ??? (lol at not having a proper pot for the nepenthes). the lou sneary smells like the blue dawn dish soap imo.
fucking awesome setup OP.
I'm making my kitchen into indoorjungle currently. I have those metal grids like you have on the leftside window. How did you fasten the pots to it in that way?
>want to indoor jungle
>one window in room
>really shallow window sill
I have a couple little pots on the sill but they're fairly sickly right now, I think the light conditions are pretty shit there this time of year.
on my balcony, not exactly indoor
I'm really proud of it, but it's a bit different now
I started collecting echeverias but ran out of space, these two are my favorites
idk why it did that
I have a lot of plants too, I prefer the ones that smell good