I finally found it, nearly two years after I embarked on project greenify inside the house. The cure for my black thumb is just finding a plant that never dies. And when you find it, you just run with it.
All over the house.
|Outside the windows of each bedroom|
|The pattern is clear|
|Unashamedly repetitive of me|
|Outdoors, indoors - they're all the same|
|Big or small|
|High or low or in-between.|
Don't the pops of green look so fresh? The air literally feels healthier.
That plant is called a Pothos - and it's super easy to propagate all 35 of these pots around my home from just a couple of healthy ones. Yup, I have 35 of these same white pots with the same plant. I kind of think this makes the greenery look neat.
Maybe it's because my house is always messy.
I was going to share a few other successes from other plant species I braved my way to, but just a few weeks ago, our helper went back to her hometown and ... they've died. So I guess they weren't as black-thumb friendly as I thought:
|They say you can't screw up succulents but pfffft|
|That tall one is gone now|
|And this one is getting thinner and thinner|
I knew it was too good to be true!