jtoh wrote:Gorymum, what plants are you getting?
Gory too ??
Got a few flowering plants and some indoor plants.
Will share more when I hv them neatly laid.
Errr.... I hope they make it through next week. Yiaks. Haha.
Imami wrote:Saw some ready packs selling at a stationery shop. Come in a nice package - a aluminum planter box, cherry tomato seeds, dehydrated soil and tips to grow. $25+ thank you.
Will such a package help me to grow my plants better? Got tips, got planter box so I don't need to worry about too big too small, got soil so I don't need to worry about what type of soil....
Imami wrote:Money plants got shelf life or not? From what I remember about my mum's tua pwee (literally translated from hokkien, big fat) - there is no shelf life, supposedly very hardy and easy to grow. From my own experience, money plants are indeed easy to care for but very petty.
My 5 little pots of money plants (stationed at either office or home) had not been growing well since last oct when we went for a holiday. Even though we had someone to water them during our absence.
Seeing what they had not been since, I tried switching them to locations with more sunlight, or more water, check for pests but still no improvement. Then I thought maybe they needed a top up of soil (becos the soil level went down). Bought two packs of soil, one pack for the two in office and the other for the three at home. Bought two separate packs, becos the first pack ran out. The two packs are from different producer/manufacturer.
Now, all 5 confirm dying.
Jennifer wrote:Imami, look for a healthy section of the money plant, cut it off the parent plant, stuck one end into a pot of new soil, wait for a few days. The new plant might take off, just like my 2nd pot.