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Hello humans of the internet! As some of you might know, I’m a farm girl from sound Carolina and as such spring means 3 things: baby chicks, plants, and Easter. I was in the feed store and almost, almost picked out five little assorted bantams, just to see what they’re grow into. However, with everything else in my life it just wasn’t the time for new creatures. But you know what it’s always time for more house plants.

I’ve stayed experimenting with propagating different kinds of plants. I have a few leaves from a jade plant rooting over here.

And I decided for the first time I’d try pothos, which is supposed to be insanely easy. I took some cuttings from my momma’s pothos. The vines on the original plants were about 6 feet long and needed pruning. I’ve got those rooting in some old Coke bottles because I live in South Carolina and these are in every gas station. (I know these ate becoming trendy other places, but they never went out of style here.)

And also in this picture is two cuttings from an umbrella tree. These clippings are also from one of my momma’s plants. I love umbrella trees and wanted to see if I could propagate one. I found two drastically different tutorials online and am testing both. If neither works, I’ll probably go out and buy any umbrella tree because I do really like those.

I’m sorry if this is kind of a boring post today. This is just what I’m doing with my life right now. I jade been thinking about using some of the tiny toys to make a tiny garden, let me know if you’d be interested in seeing how that works? Until next time

Much love



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3 thoughts on “Planting

    1. Thank you so much! I’m excited to see how it’ll go. I ended up putting a total of 6 pothos, two in each of the sunniest windows to see which location is best.

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