Tô sempre lendo textos sobre sair da matrix, que uma vida sem propósito é uma vida vazia, que segue guiada pelo "piloto automático". E durante muito tempo procurei viajar pra locais badalados, sem buscar aquilo que realmente fazia meu 💜 sentir-se pleno.
Ha cerca de 1 ano, decidi viajar em busca da beleza das unidades de conservação, pelo Brasil afora! Recentemente conheci o Jardim Botânico Plantarum, na cidade de Nova Odessa, região metropolitana de São Paulo!
O Jardim Botânico, faz parte do Instituto Plantarum, criado pelo engenheiro agrônomo, Harri Lorenzi, que tem dedicado sua vida em estudos da flora, e em publicar livros voltados a sistematizar conhecimentos sobre as árvores, plantas alimentícias não convencionais, botânica, e por aí vai, por meio de uma editora própria, conta com uma vasta biblioteca e um laboratório!
O jardim botânico com mais de cinco mil espécies vegetais, sobretudo espécies nativas do Brasil, dispõe de um herbário com 20 mil exsicatas e uma carpoteca.
Lanchonetes e dois restaurantes completam a oferta de serviços do lugar!
Paga para visitar, se você for professor conta com um considerável desconto, aproveite se trabalhar em órgão ambiental e pergunte sobre o desconto, o meu deu certo! 😁
Delícia conhecer esse lugar! O dia tava com um céu azul celestial e muitas texturas para fotografar!
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I’m excited to announce we have 10 spots open and you’re invited! Enrollment is open now, message me for info. This is going to be so much fun!👗🤸🏻♀️💛
First cold day in Austin, TX and here I am... socks, sweatpants and a so-bad-it’s-good plant pun about winter. 🤦🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️
But I ain’t mad about it.
Because you know what I’m getting SUPER pumped about?
My FIRST holiday markets!😭🙌🏼💃🏼
Well, I’m honestly also v nervous and as I’m watching other makers get into their holiday prep I’m a little bit liiiiiike
“Should I be making tons of plant tags in my ‘spare time’ oooor nah?”
“Should I redo my website so my fronds can more easily shop from Instagram?!”
“How can I spruce up (look out holiday plant puns🎄) my market displays??”
Sorry if I just transferred my creative business anxieties on to you, feel free to just let that shit go.👋🏼
While I’m trying to figure out life, shop plant tags anytime with the link on my page and/or come catch me and other local artisans @thepapercraftpantry this Sunday from 12-5 for Fall Market!🍂🧡🍂
Silver sword (Philodendron hastatum) progress!
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I intentionally didn’t put up a sturdy moss pole. And the result is a top heavy plant that’s growing in a wonky curve - 😄 exactly what I wanted. I don’t know why, I just like all things wonky 🤷🏼♀️
Piggyback weeds! The pretty white flowers of silver lace vine are draping over the large, yellowing leaves of Bohemian knotweed. Closely related and similar looking, silver lace vine is called either Polygonum aubertii or Fallopia baldschuanica, and Bohemian knotweed, a hybrid between Japanese and giant knotweed, is called either Polygonum x bohemicum or Fallopia x bohemica. We are sure knotweed is highly invasive, thus its noxious weed status in Washington state, but the jury is still out on silver lace vine, which is on the state monitor list while data is collected. If you know about populations of silver lace vine outside of planted areas, report it on eddmaps.org so we can learn more about where it’s showing up or contact us through the link in our bio. Photos by Karen Peterson. #silverlacevine#knotweed#piggyback#weedsonweeds#polygonumbohemicum#fallopiabohemica#fallopiabaldschuanica#polygonumaubertii
First layers going down! Working on looots of new stuff. Can’t wait to show you! 💦 music: Beach Fossils
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A couple of months ago I put these two aerial roots of my Monstera deliciosa in this old spice jar of water to water the plant somewhat using these roots. I love how they’ve grown even though one of the roots was dried up because I forget to mist as much as I should. I still water the plant but know it’s getting constant love from this. Thanks to Karina over at @sacredelements for the idea. I know she gleaned it from someone else but I can’t recall who.
This #monsteramonday I’m sharing @gardens_of_babylon ‘s resident #monsteradeliciosavariegata from when I met this total babe last Friday. Then funny enough on Saturday when I was at Hewitt’s Garden Center, one of their employees I talked to was also a fan. She hadn’t seen it in a while so I showed her the pic I took and she was totally surprised and impressed by all its growth since then. #monsteragoals
I know it’s Monstera Monday but I wanted to take some time to appreciate my lovely Alocasia Black Velvet that I picked up from @illexotics a few weeks ago. Since then (& since this photo was taken,) its sprouted 2-3 more leaves 😍
The beautiful dark leaves is what makes this dwarf Alocasia special. The leaves are heart shaped, have dark green with silver veins, and purple under sides. #onmysill#alocasia#alocasiablackvelvet
essa é uma Protea Pink Ice. curiosidades:
- fósseis de 300 milhões de anos provam que a protea é uma das plantas mais antigas do mundo;
- o gênero protea foi nomeado por Carl Linnaeus em 1735, em homenagem ao Deus grego Proteu, uma divindade com o poder da metamorfose, representando a variedade e a diversidade de flores e folhas dessa planta;
- as proteas são nativas da África do Sul e representam, para o seu povo, transformação e esperança (estamos precisando muito disso neste momento). [Fonte: Casa Vogue]
e essa que segura a Protea é uma mocinha muito plena com a sua flor pré-histórica. <3
One month ago today I started this page, and my little store... I want to thank everyone so much for the overwhelming support. For those of you who are new here, welcome! My name is Jenna, and I live in a 500 sq ft. apartment full of plants and happiness with my hubby and sweet daughter. Caring for plants is my therapy, and it’s been exciting to be able to share it with you all here. I’m offering 20% off this week in the shop to thank you for being awesome. Go get y’all some pretty plants!! 🖤🌿 use code: “THANKYOU”
Do #spiderplants like to be root bound? The answer is SLIGHTLY. The #chlorophytum grows QUICKLY and if the pot is too small, it can actually break your pot. Keeping an eye on how far root bound it has gone is important. Ideally, there should not be more or less than 2-3 inches of soil surrounding the roots. When it is time to repot the spider, fill up your new pot with 2-3 inches of soil at the bottom, place your plant in the pot and loosely pack porous / well-draining soil around it, giving your bae the perfect amount of space to grow. One important tip to remember: use a pot with a drainage hole. Spider plants do NOT like to sit in wet soil. 🚫💦