Terrestial plants

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  1. MJQMJQ

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    From top to bottom:

    Caricature plant
    Sansievieria
    Poinsettia
    Yellow chilli
    Purple oxalis
    Haworthia limifolia variegated
    Caladium
    Kalanchoe something oops
    Calathea
    Whalefin sansevieria
    Also calathea
     

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    Philodendron fire red
    Caladium red
    Heart shaped bonsai
    Variegated dracaena
    Begonia
    Astrophytum asterias
    Red passiflora
    Tuberous rose begonia
    Cupressus
    Gotu kola
    Epidendron
    Thai watercress
     

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    Tillandsia bulbosa on wood
    Philodendron birkins
    Synogoniums
    Euphorbia medusa
    Begonia
    Begonia
    Begonia
    Begonia
     

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    Can you explain this post to me ?


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  5. PARAGUAY

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    Succulents 20191111_150417.jpg
     
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  6. MJQMJQ

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    nice!Basically this are pictures of my plants that I just wanna share haha. The names from top down are associated with plant name sin pictures from top down.Hope it helps!
     
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    Succulents are prone to rotting here due to high humidity ;(
     
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    I bought this pot from a garden centre reduced to a £1 the soil saturated so thinking it's been in the centre most of summer After a bit of good advice from a Glass Box Gardeners member going to repot /split maybe a open terranium. Well drained cactus soil the best I think.Very nice plant collection you have
     
  9. MJQMJQ

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    Thanks!Yep akadama or pumice is best ;)
     
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