Can these plants coexist inside this pot? What about watering. Should they get different amounts of it or I can water the thing as a whole. Also, if anyone can id them that would be very helpful
i just got them, so that's the first day theyre inside that. they were already in that condition so i was wondering if they would worsen or die because of my lack of knowledge about plant care
What a weird fucking combination, did you arrange that? You've got a short leafy flower, a type of dwarf conifer and a tall twig featuring leaves.
I wouldn't advise keeping them there in any case, the lower plants aren't getting direct light and I can't tell if you have a drainage system there. For aesthetic purposes, I'd say separate them.
well considering i live in a tropical country, i guess the warmth will be a problem? i'm thinking about taking it to the outside part of the window, but its been raining a lot lately.
Is the one in the middle Chile or give off purple flowers? Right one is foxtail fern I think.. Their roots will probably strangle each other, rose roots take up a bit of space unless it's miniature roses
Not foxtail fern I'm retarded. I live in Phoenix. Desert plants and cacti are fucking tight. Pick related one of my many nopales growing too close to the fence. Am bean btw
>Right one is foxtail fern I think
it's a Cupressus macrocarpa you mouth breather.
Forgot about these in the maseta
Don't know what species, similar to those though
What is this tree growing in my backyard? Only have this pic of its flowers
I don't take care of them enough so the fruit doesn't come out too good. They are in-between the bougainvilleas around my perimeter. I do eat the pads, shave them, chop them, boil, and on a tortilla with other things
Pic related Mexican fan palm tree growing in yard, only a few years old I think. Another one grows about 4 meters from it
Pic is my front yard. Birds and chair outside while I clean. Neighbor let's me eat the dates from his palm tree because he doesn't. Have tried twice to maintain grass but I can only have healthy plants/cacti/trees. Hard to when it reaches 113 most days in july/August. Such is Phoenix life
common name is oleander I think.
use artificial grass.
your garden looks like a dump.
Free way wall grows a little every year. Cuts right through semi ghetto neighborhoods ;)
Phoenix had beautiful sunsets..
Shaded "garden" does well in winter
Wat is it? The tree itself is a medium dark brown in color, and the branch bases at the trunk sorta grow over each other. Reaches like 10 feet. Pic is my bougainvilleas
I can't even tell what those plants are, but the one on the left looks like some kind of Conifer, which means it WILL require full sun OUTDOORS to survive, the one on the left is a Gardenia, so you could maintain that one indoors pretty well as long as you made sure it didn't dry out and got decent light and I don't even know what the fuck that thing in the middle is.