My original 6 strawberry plants vines started getting crazy long, so I had put them in tiny pots to start new plants. Today I cut them off from the original plants, and transplanted them into a big pot. There’s two established plants with roots here, and two that are starting to grow roots. Plus the 4 that I just pushed into the pot that the original plants are in.
EIGHT new strawberry plants all together. 🍓 -PS, sorry for the plant posts lol. My thumb is too green right now to not share with you guys. 💁🏻♀️
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I don’t usually post close ups but this planter is special to me. I piled a bunch of #pileapeperomioides and #stringofpearls into one very large planter for the porch not really knowing if I had placed it in the right amount of sunlight. It does get afternoon sun and I watch it every day to see if it’s burning. So far so good. I know I’ll have to move it but I love it there for now!
The first White Fatalii. My fatalii's always grow very strangely every year and I usually don't get much from them. It's a good sign that these are fruiting so early, right behind the jalapeno's, anaheim's and banana peppers
Just over a month and the garden has exploded. Now you can’t see my kids sandbox toys! 😂 Don’t tell them but I’m slowly taking over the sandbox... ~ “I grow plants for many reasons: to please my soul, to challenge the elements or to challenge my patience, for novelty, or for nostalgia, but mostly for the joy in seeing them grow." -David Hobson