It occurs to me that nearly every single one of my houseplants is in need of repotting.
Every. Single. One.
If you care to indulge my plant geekery, read on for my current houseplant inventory…
– 2 large pots with one spider each
– 2 medium pots with two spiders each
– 2 small pots with one spider each
– 3 small vases with at least one hydroponic spider each
“Inch Plants” (generic green and leafy plants from Aaron’s grandmother)
– 1 medium/large hanging pot
– 1 medium hanging pot, dying
– 1 small pot, no longer dying
Philodendrons, 3 medium pots with one plant each
Jade plants, 3 in one medium pot
Aloe plants, 2 in one small pot
African violet, one, healthy (plus two at work)
Christmas cactus, medium, currently in bloom
Rose of Sharon, recently repotted
Tulip bulbs, just done blooming, three in one medium pot
Mixed dormant bulbs, five or six in one extra-large pot; waiting to see if they’re dead or alive
One generic green leafy plant, rooting in a tall vase
One unidentified thick-leaved shade plant from my Grandma Cook
So… if you’re ever in town, and would like a spider plant (or a spider baby from my large plant), you are more than welcome to adopt one. 😉
I repotted the Rose of Sharon last night, and one of the spider plants got upgraded to a much larger pot tonight… but now I’m out of potting soil. Once I replenish, I’m going to continue repotting one plant per evening until everyone’s happy. Or until I run out of pots, whichever comes first. Either way, it’s time for the annual Make Sure My Plants Don’t Die extravaganza. Poor guys.