added bonus of a generous sized windowsill.
This windowsill provides an ideal environment for some of my
I really love plants of all shapes, sizes, colors, textures and the
more the merrier!
I keep the soil moist, and the Southern exposure is heaven for these
Moon Valley is quite striking with it's chartreuse and saw-toothed
The texture of the deep craters and valleys on the leaves adds
Moon Valley can grow up to 12 inches, I trim the leaves every few
Asparagus Fern and Moon Valley thrive harmoniously on my
African Violets have an interesting history-they were first collected
from Eastern Africa.
They have a velvety compact foliage and can be over-watered
Adding water to the saucer, rather than on the soil helps to
prevent this as the plant absorbs what it needs.
Such a merry plant-the Kalanchoe enjoys a bright location-a
sunny windowsill or little nook.
Maintain soil on the dry side- a thorough watering, draining any
excess water and allowing to dry between waterings will keep this
plant happy and blooming.
As blooms fade, clip them off, and it will re-bloom again.
Gardening inside in the winter is such a pleasant way to lift the
winter doldrums-any special plants that brighten up your spirits