Yikes, it's been almost two weeks since I posted! I started my thesis this past week. It's a lot of work and I'm still going through all of my references before getting to the meat of the thesis. But it's officially started and if all goes well, I will graduate in May! Then I'll have to change the title of this blog because I won't be in graduate school anymore. Anyway, this time I'll show off my Euphorbias!This is Euphorbia anoplia. I don't know much about this species. I bought it just because I thought it looked cool with the way it twists as it grows.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Here is my Aloe collection. I also have two big old Aloe vera plants that I didn't take pictures of.This little beauty is an Aloe aristata. It is dark green with that slight red blush from the high light. It is really pretty and has stayed in this rosette form.
Thursday, January 1, 2015
Happy New Year, everyone! I hope your 2015 is an excellent year and that all your plants grow happily. I'm going to try and get all of my 2014 plant collections posted in the next month or two, before my thesis writing reaches epic proportions and eats all of my time. So to start off, this is a smaller collection of mine, the Adenium group, as well as one Adenia.This is my Adenia glauca. It's looking a bit sad right now. I've just fertilized it in hopes that it just needs some nutrition, but who knows. It's not rotting, I know that so I'm not sure what the issue is.