Inside Green gave everyone in the firm a plant!
A neighbour asked our apartment group if anyone wanted a spider plant .. I love plants so I jumped to it ! Very interested in this project too.
As Dinky was born from "Peter", thought I'd pay homage to Peter Dinklage, the long-standing survivor of GOT. Maybe his tenacity will turn my brown thumbs green :)
In our dining room on a bookshelf for admiration over breakfast.
I rescued it from my basement laundry half dead and with very little soil. Didn't even know it was a spider plant for six months and now it won't stop growing.
I am a plant lover and would love to spread the love to more people.
Jacob was a happy fella until I decided to propagate him. Sadly Jacob is no more. Farewell sweet friend. You will be missed.
I thought this Spider Plant pup was going to die. Greyish-green leaves, droopy, not looking too hot. But the plant totally rallied. A survivor... like that Destiny's Child song.
I am attracted to all plants
Upstairs NW facing bedroom window sill
My plant is happy and I'm taking care of him and giving him water. He can give me air.
Ms Erceg Division 14
Because Canada is awesome and they have poutine which I'll feed to my plant EVERY DAY!!
In my room to bring calm and beauty to my living space
This plant is kept inside the Connect 10 classroom at St. George's Senior School!
I received the plant from my company for Staff Appreciation
This is a baby from Abby's plant. It was a gift before she left the office.
My coworker Meghan gifted me Dragon on her last day of work with the organization. I will remember her fondly when caring for Dragon.
Inside Green did a pop up booth at my workplace Andina Brewing today and they helped me pick out Sylvia! She will be joining many other plant friends at my farmhouse in Delta
Cathie - my co-worker. She propagated this plant.
Outside of Bandidas for the earth day fundraiser for Ravens Trust
Was out of direct sunlight on my bookshelves in my lounge (living) room. Now it lives on the bookshelf in my bedroom.
‘‘Twas a rainy day in Vancouver when I received Keanna. It was a friday, and I was in advisor when a member from InsideGreen arrived in our room with a box full of plants. I knew as soon as I saw this snake plant I was going to take care of it.
I am really new in the plant world and I am constantly looking for ways to keep my plants happy and healthy. A community is a great way to exchange resources, experiences and plant advice.
Hoya Carnosa Krimson Queen
Aunt May loves music and indirect sunlight. She lights up the room from her perch on my Heintzman piano.
west facing low light windowsill