I'm actually telling myself that I'm going to write
a "light & easy" posting here.
Hopefully I might just able to do that.
You see - it was really not easy for me this time.
Compared to many other yearly make-overs
this one in particular was not easy.
I guess the pictures would substitute the most of my "talking"
and so - perhaps I might just let that be the emphasise for now.
The Purple Queen is all so tidy and perfect in their own little pots.
Earlier they had crawled all over.
Managed to get another 3 small pots of EarthStar Bromeliad for RM10 from Sg.Buloh Nursery to add to this collection.
And another thing:
Snails just love to snug below the leaves.
The eggshells keeps the snails away from the plant.
Glued the tortoise this time.
Always end up lost or missing whenever I water or rains.
Any help in their ID is greatly appreciated.
(all the plants below)
I had rescued this bromeliad last year from a dump.
It was truly in a bad shape until it got stabilised as I nurture it to its best display.
I guess this is a Neoregelia.
Can anyone help me identify what actually this might be?
(I haven't seen its flower yet)
From far end to front:
a) Necklace orchid
b) Ground Orchid - Spathoglottis Plicata
c) Walking Stick Iris
I had added 2 more air plants to my collection together with my Spanish Moss.
Not really sure of their names.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I have totally no clue with this one.
I tried propagate this silvery vine but failed few times.
Anyone knows how to propagate this plant?
This one is not so hardy.
When it goes without water on a very hot day
- it tend to dry up paper crisp.
Still it does seemed robust and gives a nice cascading look.
Thanks for the help concerning the ID of the plant.