If you’re a hater of Valentine’s Day, then this post is not for you! HA! I always used to think Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark Holiday (I mean, it kinda is) but it’s just another fun opportunity to really put all focus & attention on your “person” (yes I’m a Grey’s Anatomy Addict). Many will argue that you should treat one another like this everyday ... and yes, you’re right ... however ... life gets challenging when you have toddlers at home, careers, school, house chores/responsibilities & a small business .... Valentine’s Day is mainly just a good reminder to set loving intentions for one another, today and always. ✨❤️This beauty is going to be apart of a #Giveaway coming up, so stay tuned! I have enough hand dyed red rope to make one more of these - message me if you’re a Valentine’s Day lover too and want some festive decor for you or your ‘person’! ❤️✨ #GreysAnatomy
I still haven't any idea on what this worm-critter is. There are numerous of them growing in the #PlantedVDriftwoodTray.
Any ideas? .
Using a summer serving tray from Fred Meyer, I repurposed this tray into an experimental planter; thus far, it's thriving! This tray showcases a v-shaped piece of driftwood purchased at a local fish shop (siliconed to the tray). In the heart of the "V" a Schefflera arboricola [Schefflera] grows surrounded by moss and Hedera spp [Ivy] cuttings. The remainder of the tray is scaped with a substrate of Zoo Med Eco Earth® Coconut Fiber Substrate (excellent for moisture retention) and then layered with Zoo Med Frog Moss; in which, multiple plant cuttings are growing (see below for plants used). Care:
Care Level: Easy
Light: Window sill other good light source; I use LED lighting for most of my terrariums.
Water: Every other day while the moss and plant cuttings acclimate and establish.
Zoo Med Eco Earth® Coconut Fiber Substrate
Moss (collected & Zoo Med Frog Moss)
Schefflera arboricola [Schefflera]
Hedera spp [Ivy] (multiple varieties)
Ficus pumila [Creeping Fig]
Repurposed serving tray