I'm becoming a plant lady. It's kinda like a cat lady but without the smell and hairballs. I have several plants that I really do care about - a pothos plant my mom gave me when I started college, a tropical plant that I got shortly after I moved to WI and nearly killed.
The real trick is finding a pot that goes well with the character of the plant. Here are a couple of my plants. I recently repotted the Wandering Jew plant into the yellow pot from Anthropology. I knocked the plant off the little table and broke the pot. Then, I realized why it hadn't seem to grow; it was so root-bound that the only dirt that fell on the carpet was the top layer!
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