People in Recovery and Plants!

Sago palm.
These get really big and I’ll be able to plant it outside some day.

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Repotted the rabbit foot fern yesterday and I’m so pleased. Alocasia in the background is also thriving.

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So pretty! That’s a new one to me.

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Been holding out hope, but looks like we won’t be getting blooms here. The buds sat for weeks, and are now being aborted. Next time.

Better times: my pleiospilos nelii are starting to split and new plants emerging from the buttcrack.

Something learned: got this melocactus azureus a month ago or so at Wal-Mart (go figure). It was a wrinkled, saggy thing in need of care. Well, it has drank up its water so “excitedly” and quickly that it surpassed its hydration bandwidth and split at the seam. Ain’t that some shit. It will heal itself no problem, just had never seen or heard of it in 10+ years of doing plants.

Marvelling at how fast the first agave pup has grown since I pulled it from the mother plant.

Friends :heart:

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3 euphorbia obesa I got yesterday on the cheap, much bigger than the 4 :grimacing: I already have.

Potted them at work today in a local hand-made pot with a piece of wood that was gifted to me.
They’re purple-ish right now due to stress from the cold nights.

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That is a Wonderfully Amazing HP :evergreen_tree: :deciduous_tree: :sunny: :deciduous_tree: :evergreen_tree:
I stand in AWE of Her Gentle Caress. :rainbow:

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Butt Watch 2022 :eyes:

It still gives me the willies

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Most fascinating butt I’ve ever seen. :joy:
Now I’m on edge waiting for the bloom.

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Wow… But then, how does this work? Will the new butt outgrow the older one? Or is this like a fractal succession of butts, each a smaller copy of the original one?

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