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Video A Tour Of My Plants
28:49   |   views   |   03/13/2019


  • warning this video is only for 32 ladies
  • and men and non-binary friends that like
  • boring domestic things sometimes it's
  • not for me to understand why you guys
  • want to see something it's just my job
  • to do it I guess it has been highly
  • requested for me to do a plant tour
  • because I don't know what happened a
  • switch went off in my brain and all of a
  • sudden I just got really obsessed with
  • plants I love them disclaimer this isn't
  • gonna be a very entertaining video I
  • don't know why you guys have requested
  • to see my plants I like watching these
  • videos on YouTube but it's not something
  • I thought my audience would enjoy but it
  • seems like you're interested also
  • because I got accused of running a
  • rainforest cafe at my house kind of lady
  • just not have them play it I'm a
  • complete beginner I don't have a ton of
  • knowledge but I will tell you what I
  • know or what I've been doing and
  • everything is a process there's
  • different light during different times
  • of the year if you have like a north or
  • south facing window which most of our
  • windows are you sort of have to play
  • around and move them if they need more
  • light so everything is a work in
  • progress some plants are just like in
  • places so I can see how they're gonna do
  • or if they could live there and I might
  • move them I'm just gonna show you so
  • here we go we'll start in here so most
  • of the plants I got from local nurseries
  • some from like Home Depot and or Lowe's
  • that kind of thing and then some I
  • ordered online which is where the real
  • problem comes in because you can have
  • plants delivered to you and that's the
  • problem because you can get whatever you
  • want let's start with this little guide
  • this is the Hoya compacta of variegata
  • he's very gated he's got these white
  • little lines on him he's absolutely
  • stunning spot him as this little plug so
  • you know in about 30 years he'll be a
  • full plant so this I got at world market
  • it's a little propagation station little
  • cuttings of one of a couple of my plants
  • in here and they're growing roots so
  • this is a problem for people like me
  • because now you can turn one of your
  • plants into like five of your places
  • are you multiplying more plants are you
  • applying in a couple of my videos when
  • you see a bunch of plants right here
  • this has sort of been a little bit of a
  • nursery if you will so I keep putting
  • plants here and then moving them out
  • because when I get a plant I want to
  • make sure that they get enough light you
  • know right away to adjust so not all
  • these plants are gonna stay here but I
  • like the light that they get here so
  • that's why you've seen a lot of
  • different plants here and it seems
  • really overwhelming but I promise you
  • it's not this plant I got not too long
  • ago but that's why he's still here
  • because I still want him to adjust and I
  • also potted him in a beautiful ceramic
  • pot and I'll show you a couple of the
  • Hoyas that I potted before in terracotta
  • pots
  • I guess there's the big thing whether or
  • not you should plant Hoya plants in
  • terracotta pots because their roots may
  • grab on to the porous clay and then you
  • could rip them off by accident when you
  • go to repot them I don't know so I've
  • planted this one in a ceramic one but
  • some of them are planted in terracotta
  • pots but don't come for me okay I'm
  • learning boys are like one of my
  • favorite plants as you'll see as we move
  • into the other room because they have
  • these thick waxy leaves they're just
  • cool they flower sometimes it's giving
  • the right conditions and their blooms
  • are like spectacular none of mine are in
  • bloom in case you wanted to see when
  • you're just gonna have to google it and
  • they're really tolerant of dry air which
  • is what we have here in Southern
  • California so they're a good plant
  • although some of them need more humidity
  • it's the different situation upstairs
  • this plant I got on Etsy which is also
  • unfortunately another dangerous place to
  • find plants that you like he is a will
  • thin since the very uh he's basically
  • just this one big leaf he's amazing look
  • at him his name is whale and when I
  • ordered him on Etsy they shipped him to
  • me bear ruth's which means his roots are
  • just wrapped in like plastic so I had to
  • pot him immediately as soon as I got him
  • he's doing okay but that's why he's here
  • in my little nursery area we have a nice
  • sheer curtain this is a south-facing
  • window so he gets lots of good light
  • while he adjusts and I find a good spot
  • for him this is a beautiful Chinese
  • perfume plant that I got from logee's
  • which is the most dangerous website for
  • me that's a very existed I don't know if
  • you live in other countries maybe
  • there's other places you can buy plants
  • but here in the u.s. logee's is a very
  • dangerous website for me
  • because it has things I had never heard
  • of this plant however is very easy to
  • take care of he needs almost nothing and
  • he actually flowers these beautiful
  • little yellow buds and they smell
  • amazing they smell like perfume and some
  • of them are dying off here but he's got
  • some new ones he's growing he's great
  • this is his nursery pot and typically I
  • won't pot a plant unless it actually
  • needs to they don't need this but I like
  • doing this an awful lot let's move over
  • here to this beautiful ruby rubber
  • plants I think that rubber plants are
  • one of the most underrated houseplants
  • that there are they are so lovely and
  • amazing so there's several different
  • varieties of rubber plants I have this
  • one and then a different ones upstairs
  • but in their natural environment they
  • can grow very very tall because they're
  • a tree and it's actually where rubber
  • comes from but in a house you can pinch
  • off their top leaves when they get
  • pretty tall and then they'll stop
  • growing upwards and you can have them
  • just be this amazing tree in your house
  • like who doesn't want to tree in their
  • house I want to tree in my house he has
  • this amazing variegation and pink and
  • red the chill and I feel like people
  • don't rave about their rubber plants
  • enough what an amazing plant some of my
  • plants have names others of them don't
  • extreme name some of my plants and I
  • name some of them Julian name some this
  • one is named nin schemin joj she's named
  • after a vine this is Miss Keisha miss
  • Keisha is a beautiful bird of paradise
  • which can live in Southern California so
  • my plan B is in many many years but this
  • gets far too large we can always put her
  • in a pot and she can live outside but
  • I'm hoping she gets big and beautiful I
  • got the white version because the leaves
  • actually grow bigger and flatter and
  • more open which is why I bought it
  • didn't buy it because I particularly
  • thought it was gonna flower inside it
  • needs a lot more Sun I think but I
  • bought it because the leaves are so
  • thick and beautiful and I want it to be
  • this big miss Keisha in the corner you
  • know what I'm saying so she's actually
  • three plants she's doing very well they
  • like to be root bound in there and I'm
  • not going to try and repot her until
  • she's busting out of this one and I
  • really don't want her to be
  • guys she find this is Gilly
  • Gilly is a monstera
  • deliciosa and when I got this plan I got
  • this at Lowe's and somebody had done did
  • this plan so dirty
  • so it was potted in a ceramic glazed pot
  • and the drainage hole was like teeny
  • tiny really bad and so I brought it home
  • and I was like trying to let it dry out
  • for like two weeks and it was wet which
  • means it's gonna drown it's gonna get
  • root rot so we had to do a little rescue
  • mission and get him out of there so
  • that's why some of his leaves aren't
  • doing so well but since we repotted him
  • in here he's doing much better I love
  • this plan and he put up with the abuse
  • that someone had put him through so you
  • know he really here to stay this is
  • Bjork one of the most amazing artists of
  • our generation but the orc has some I
  • think this is called edema which means
  • the roots are taking in too much water
  • than the leaves can handle and then some
  • of the cells in the leaf like sort of
  • explode a little in my experience with
  • these other leaves this has gone away
  • but it has to do with like incongruent
  • watering and the first time that I read
  • that I was like I'm a Virgo and if you
  • think I'm incongruent then I
  • don't know who you think you're talking
  • to so I think that this is temporary at
  • least hasn't happened on some of the
  • other leaves before but this is Bjork
  • she's a fiddly fig she is just so
  • incredible the advice that I read online
  • was that these can sometimes be really
  • tricky plants to deal with with light
  • and water and they're really just kind
  • of diva eat this is some diva behavior
  • right here oh my god you fed me too bad
  • this is too much water too fast oh I
  • don't like it and if you buy them when
  • they're pretty big obviously they can be
  • very expensive so a lot of people online
  • have said try spending a lot less money
  • like I think I paid $19 for her at this
  • size and if you're doing okay then
  • you'll have a tree someday but don't go
  • out and spend a ton of money on a big
  • tree because they're kind of fickle but
  • she's doing really well and she's
  • literally putting out three new leaves
  • all at once so maybe it's a you problem
  • now to me because I don't know why
  • you're doing all this red spots on your
  • leaves but maybe chill out with making
  • leaves maybe make one at a time
  • welcome to the highest section I'd say
  • they're probably my favorite house plant
  • so I of course need one of as many as I
  • can find there's hundreds and hundreds
  • of varieties of Hoyas they all could in
  • theory bloom I imagine with my luck none
  • of them ever will
  • but I love them for their foliage I
  • think that they just are so beautiful
  • and different I love how thick they're
  • almost succulent like leaves are they're
  • just amazing so here's an example of one
  • that I potted in a terra cotta pot so
  • please don't come for me I'm aware I'm
  • still considering whether and I'd like
  • to plant them in ceramic pots this is a
  • Hoya Carnot saw crimson princess so that
  • means the variegation comes from the
  • inside where as opposed to this one
  • which is a Hoya Cardosa
  • Queen the variegation starts like this
  • like these white leaves look how amazing
  • and then they sell he goes to the
  • outside you're just so beautiful and
  • these like long sticks at the end here
  • that's where the flowers will come from
  • so you never want to cut those off which
  • this one I'll show you when I got this
  • plant first of all it was mislabeled as
  • a Hoya carryi which is a plant that
  • grows in the shape of a heart and I
  • don't know if you have eyes or anything
  • but like this is another Hoya carryi
  • and I went on Instagram and I figured
  • out that this is called a Hoya crinkle 8
  • because it has these little eight
  • crinkles on the inside and somebody did
  • this plant hella dirty because all of
  • these spots right here is where probably
  • the long woody stick parts where the
  • flowers have come from have all been cut
  • off like someone just went in here and
  • cut them all off somebody castrated you
  • I'm so sorry and so since then he
  • started preparing himself here with some
  • new growth and beautiful plant I hope
  • you're happy here
  • I mean erect this plant tour for a
  • dogfight this is a Hoya obovata he's
  • beautiful he just put out this little
  • tiny leaf he's amazing I love him
  • and speaking of circle leaves is the
  • Hoya Matilda Matilda Matilda methide
  • Matilda I think also got this from
  • logee's just a cutest little guy
  • you're so cute how can you be that cute
  • this is a Hoya curtsy I just a teeny
  • tiny little leaves he's so cute and
  • droopy he's still in his nursery pot and
  • then this is a Hoya fit gi the Stream
  • named one of these plants vine - but I
  • don't remember which one whatever one of
  • these plants is name is vine - thank you
  • stream this one has like a little
  • thinner of leaves and he's just so I
  • love you you're so beautiful I can see
  • your veins you're amazing the stream
  • named this I think this is a Toya bill
  • Obata but I'm not sure that's what it
  • was labeled as it could just be a hoya
  • car no sir
  • Stream named her La Hoya Jackson thank
  • you for that they get good light but I'm
  • always sort of moving them around
  • depending if they need more or less
  • light or whatever so let's move over
  • here shall we so I have three pothos on
  • here I have a neon pothos skinned
  • abscess or satin pothos and pothos enjoy
  • I think it's called I got these at
  • different places I've repotted them so
  • some of them didn't really enjoy it so
  • they had some brown that I had to snip
  • off but they're all doing very well now
  • they're pretty chill pretty easy this is
  • a philodendron Mike ins which is what I
  • have propagating on the kitchen table he
  • is just like velvety and green and
  • amazing I love him hoping to maybe plant
  • some of those back in here so I could
  • have a fuller my kins that he was a very
  • very tiny guy when I got him and he's
  • doing so well and I just think he's so
  • beautiful its velvety oh this right here
  • is an allocation fry deck which
  • absolutely took my breath away the first
  • time that I saw it this plant has no
  • business being in my home do you know
  • what I'm saying look at him he is the
  • only Alocasia that I have I know
  • typically they like higher humidity but
  • he's okay without it I guess so I've
  • read but he's not doing particularly
  • well
  • would say I think this is normal this is
  • a dead leaf I know they can go into
  • their tubers or sort of go dormant so he
  • hasn't gone dormant but he's also not
  • putting out a leaf right now but I think
  • he's okay I think he's chillin he was
  • upstairs for a little bit in higher
  • humidity and I think he was getting too
  • much Sun up there so I moved him down
  • here but every day I wake up and I just
  • talked Julian's ear off about what
  • planets I'm moving where and how I'm
  • concerned for this one and he gets
  • really annoyed with me so I love
  • you Julian these are some varying
  • succulents that I just got at the
  • grocery store except that one that was a
  • gift from some students to Julian I
  • don't know why any of these succulents
  • are alive
  • I don't water them I don't touch them
  • they don't really get a ton of thought I
  • think over here we have my little buddy
  • Rex he's a snake plant he's one of many
  • snake plants to live here because they
  • are so chill and need nothing he's still
  • in his nursery pot his name is Rex this
  • is Vin Diesel he is his easy plant he is
  • also in his nursery pot this I would say
  • if you are like brand-new like I was and
  • you don't know what to get or what would
  • be happy in your house get a Z Z plant
  • they just they need nothing from you and
  • they just give you so much love like
  • he's just sitting on this random table
  • pretty far away from the sunlight and
  • just having a great time took me a
  • minute to appreciate just what a special
  • lovely wonderful plant he is because
  • it's sort of like a common low light
  • house plant but like he shows you so
  • much love I don't know what I did to
  • deserve all this growth and love from
  • him but he's just like shiny and glossy
  • and lovely you come over this way you'll
  • see all the dishes that haven't done
  • this is a he's a coral cactus but this
  • is like the one thing that saved my life
  • every morning I wake up have my coffee
  • and a walk around it's like a nice
  • little meditative experience I just go
  • around and I check all their soil get
  • down to where their roots are I mean
  • he's a cactus so he's chill but for all
  • the plants when it says dry basically
  • like real dry then I'd give him a drink
  • but other than that just leave him alone
  • unless it's like a peace lily or
  • something that likes to be moist but
  • let's go outside Stream named this one
  • Coachella this is Coachella Coachella is
  • a ponytailed palm he likes full Sun he
  • needs to get watered almost never
  • because he stores all his water in that
  • big tree trunk of his he's also known as
  • like an elephant's foot this is Ana
  • puntilla or a prickly pear
  • using can't even believe it what are you
  • you're the best plan ever
  • he's just spectacular I love him don't
  • touch him though or else he'll prick you
  • he pricked me earlier this right here is
  • a string of pearls I originally tried to
  • keep this plant indoors but then I found
  • out that he liked it outside better and
  • he's just been putting out these little
  • flowers and just like having a great
  • time so I left them out here because
  • he's just happier and I want you to be
  • happy this is Julian's only plant Julian
  • saw this and loved this this is a
  • Burroughs tale or a donkey tale
  • succulent what did you name this one you
  • named it boy yeah these plants live out
  • here they're both in their nursery pots
  • and I think they look nice and I have no
  • intention of repotting them until they
  • need of it so like in terms of outdoor
  • plants I don't have a ton of like
  • flowers or that kind of thing because I
  • don't know what time yet but I'm excited
  • for the spring to start learning about
  • that kind of thing because it's somebody
  • used to do when I was little with my mom
  • I just don't know anything yet I've only
  • learned about indoor plants as you can
  • see but I'm looking forward to that
  • aren't you Julian yeah outside plants
  • let's move into the dining room which is
  • where my too much gene is really showing
  • off right this is a north facing window
  • and there's like a porch over it so it's
  • really dark in here and before we put
  • all this stuff in here it just felt like
  • really sterile and we don't do a lot of
  • formal dining I don't know about you but
  • I wanted to make this room like
  • something a little more fun and like
  • nice and chill like a place where you'd
  • want to be I thought what better ways
  • with that then with a bunch of boys if
  • it feels like a jungle then you probably
  • want to hang out in it or is that just
  • me we're Julian standing right now I
  • have tried many plants there is no light
  • that can reach here nothing nothing this
  • is the the location of the only planet
  • that I have ever killed it was a golden
  • pothos it just withered away and died so
  • what we did in this corner is I threw a
  • chair in the corner and then you have
  • the plants around it so they can get
  • just enough light to survive but the
  • corner is filled or something it doesn't
  • feel so sterile and cold in here so we
  • got another chair to sit in that corner
  • as well but have made many adjustments
  • and many oopsies in this room the first
  • of which was those big planters there's
  • a couple of them they're actually
  • outdoor planter
  • I had put all of these snake plants in
  • cuz I was like they'll be fine they're
  • sick plants they are indestructible you
  • can do anything if you live in a little
  • light they can just be wherever the only
  • thing they can't have is a lot of water
  • at their roots and they'll get root rot
  • so they started to just be a little too
  • moist so I rescue missions all of these
  • snake plants out of them and they're
  • doing so much better now and they're in
  • terracotta pots so it will wick the
  • moisture away from their roots and they
  • don't sit in those but that's also why I
  • was like what the plant that just likes
  • to be wet as hell a peace-loving bitch a
  • lot of these plants if they're not doing
  • well in at certain situations we can
  • move them in other places so the peace
  • lilies might not stay there anything
  • might not stay anywhere we'll just see
  • how they do but all of these plants have
  • been here for a while now and they're
  • all doing really well which is
  • surprising because it's dark as
  • hell in here so we have a couple of
  • different varieties a snake plant there
  • sums of moonshine he is so cool here's
  • another Z Z plant because I just
  • couldn't believe the love the first one
  • gave me so I got a second one this one
  • this one and this one are all variations
  • of a Chinese evergreen this is a marbled
  • Queen pothos this is a I think he's just
  • a sense of various cylindrical but they
  • call this certain variety of mohawk
  • don't tell anyone but I think someone
  • mispriced him at the stores I actually
  • got him like dirt cheap this is a small
  • Sansevieria
  • cylinder cut this is a small golden
  • pothos I also left him in his hanging
  • container because I wasn't quite sure if
  • I wanted him to be here so if I want to
  • hang him somewhere in the future this is
  • like the low light special room all
  • these plants are like I'm cool with low
  • lights make plants eggplant this is a
  • variegated snake plant this is a
  • philodendron Brazil have this like
  • really pretty
  • lemon lime color going this is a sense
  • of very like Hani amazing he's green I
  • have a bunch of other ones upstairs with
  • different kinds this is a peperomia
  • Ginny which I wasn't too keen on like I
  • know there are people that love certain
  • types of houseplants like I love Hoyas
  • as you can tell there are people that
  • are obsessed with pepperonis and I'm
  • just not super obsessed with them but I
  • saw this was labeled as a super low
  • light plant and I was like no way that's
  • not right he's been pushing out so much
  • new growth he's been sitting right here
  • only getting like a little sunlight and
  • just chilling so the outsides of his
  • pink leaves are just so beautiful and I
  • can't
  • believe that he's doing so well there
  • he's like a variegated piece Lily
  • there's another one outside that's a
  • different type but he is also doing OK
  • in a self watering planter because he
  • just likes to be wet and moist and he's
  • just chilling and this is a pavo's on
  • like a trellis we are moving to my pride
  • and joy
  • my favorite most amazing beautiful love
  • of my life he doesn't have a name we
  • should really give him a name because he
  • is just the best thing in the world old
  • he's a Ken TIA pom and usually they're
  • okay in medium to low light so this is a
  • really big experiment I got him from a
  • nursery because he was a special order
  • for someone else and then they just
  • cancelled their order and I was like
  • give me that Palm Beach I struggle a
  • little bit with understanding when he's
  • dry because he's potted in like lava
  • rock he has some fronds back here that
  • are browning but they're old fronds so
  • I'm hoping it's just part of his natural
  • process but this is the plant that I
  • freaked out about constantly because I
  • loved him but I know that a lot of
  • people struggle with palms because
  • they're very tropical they like humidity
  • it's dry here you know so I'm just like
  • hoping and praying that I keep this
  • plant alive because he is just so
  • spectacular
  • they're only grown from seed you can't
  • propagate them they only put out about
  • like one frond a year so I certainly
  • cannot do this plant into service by
  • mistreating him I worry about him
  • constantly constantly over here put
  • three peace lilies in here and they do
  • get some east light I don't know if this
  • is gonna work this is kind of a project
  • an experiment but I can always start up
  • remove them around to somewhere else
  • so over here is the peace lily that was
  • in that corner this is a red riding-hood
  • aloe I think is what it's called
  • he got scorched cuz we had him somewhere
  • with too much Sun but I think he's on
  • the road to recovery but he's very cool
  • I like him and then I have another
  • larger aloe plant which also we had
  • somewhere else and he just got a little
  • too much Sun but look at that he's
  • recovered his end so nicely if you wanna
  • move upstairs welcome to our bedroom
  • julian has been very patient with me
  • because I decided and asked very nicely
  • we could make this a room for some of my
  • plants that need high we did get some
  • humidifiers and here and I framed that
  • too Julian was like yeah but it's gonna
  • help us sleep better because it's Oh try
  • here and then if you get sleep please so
  • I keep this room with the door shut if
  • you guys aren't scratching at it trying
  • to come in and out at about 50% humidity
  • which isn't even super high or anything
  • I know people blast our humidity but
  • that's like the bare minimum for a lot
  • of plants that like it and there's only
  • like really a couple in here that
  • actually need it some of the Hoyas if I
  • wanted them to grow more you could bring
  • them up here they'll do better in the
  • humidity like all plants tend to do a
  • little better with more humidity but
  • first of which is this amazing begonia
  • maculata yti when I saw this plant this
  • is one of those plants I was like I will
  • do anything you want what do you want I
  • will do anything for you Oh get the back
  • see leaves are red in the Front's of
  • your leaves are green and you just come
  • out with these spots like oh my god and
  • then to top it all off in the spring and
  • summer this plant puts out flowers
  • kidding me oh my god this plant needs at
  • least 50% humidity so that's like he's
  • in here and just been growing like crazy
  • it's just been doing so well I thought
  • this was gonna be a little trickier of a
  • plant sometimes I get intimidated by
  • plants that look really exciting so I'm
  • like I can't have that it's gonna die
  • you know I'm gonna it up somehow
  • but I have it it's I'm just astonished
  • I've had really great luck with this
  • plant and there are a little bit of the
  • crispy ends of the leaves from when the
  • door gets left open on occasion but for
  • the most part just like really
  • spectacular this is my only other
  • peperomia
  • Pylea pepper my teas i think is what
  • it's called they weren't like common
  • household pests like scale or mealy bugs
  • or anything it were like oh it was
  • a little couple of caterpillars living
  • on this soil so a couple of these leaves
  • got munched but I have since removed the
  • caterpillars but it was really funny it
  • was like what is eating you what is
  • eating you I don't see anything he's so
  • cool
  • like he's just so super cute his name is
  • pod I have a couple of these throughout
  • the house just to know like what the
  • humidity is like if there's a plant
  • downstairs and it gets really dry I
  • might bring him up here this is a
  • monstera add and Sonia he's the same
  • type of plant as the monstera downstairs
  • but he grows in this beautiful wine with
  • these leaves also known as like a Swiss
  • cheese vine this is one of the other
  • plants that enjoys a little bit of
  • humidity a very tropical plant it's just
  • like beautiful amazing I love him this
  • is a poco Roberto that is Roberto so
  • Roberto is a rubber tree just like the
  • one downstairs that he is a forget that
  • what you call this burgundy he just has
  • these like really very dark green leaves
  • that sometimes look black honestly what
  • the hell is going on Kermit he's grown
  • so much and I just can't get enough of
  • him he is so stunning and beautiful and
  • just the coolest and I also sometimes
  • like to take him into the shower with me
  • so we can shower together poco Roberto
  • is just a smaller version of Roberto
  • because I love the rubber trees so much
  • I have three of them at this point we
  • have another couple Hoyas up here this
  • is a Hoyle a Canosa or a cinnamon
  • scented Hoya so someday if this plant
  • ever blooms or flowered those blooms
  • tend to smell like cinnamon although
  • I've heard lots of Hoyas they all have
  • different color blooms different looking
  • blooms and some of them smell like ramen
  • noodles or chocolate or anything in
  • between this is the unburied version of
  • the Hoya compacta it's just a regular
  • one to screen but as you can see he
  • grows pretty slow so it would take many
  • many many years for me to get one of
  • those plants to have the big long like
  • octopus the tendrils which I think are
  • so cool this right here is my one and
  • only ox valise oxalis are like a false
  • Shamrock plant they're super cool this
  • kind grows like a tiny little
  • trees like are you kidding me and then
  • same he also had one little yellow
  • flower which has now since gone
  • this is the oxalis rubra which is I
  • guess one of the harder ox Alice's to
  • care for because they need a lot of Sun
  • right here he tends to get a lot of Sun
  • Julian actually took a time-lapse of him
  • because they like open their little
  • leaves with the Sun they're so cool
  • over here I have varying types of snake
  • plants because if there's a spot that I
  • haven't had good luck with plants in the
  • past like I've tried to have some pothos
  • up here and I don't think they get
  • enough light I'm like alright let's put
  • a spike plant there because the snake
  • plant will appreciate it this is a
  • starfish another couple of honey
  • Sansevieria japonesa
  • six frayed let's go to the bathroom so
  • this over here this is my only
  • dracaena he is a Dracaena Warnecke eye
  • and he's just really cute
  • he needs almost nothing for me this is a
  • curly spider plant which I didn't know
  • existed I've only ever seen the straight
  • variety they're very straight he's
  • already putting on a little baby right
  • there he says these curly little leaves
  • Oh what the hell this is our actual
  • bathroom which one time when Julian was
  • out of town I just started to thank you
  • for letting you do it Julie this is
  • another marble pothos and just the
  • regular green pocos this one's name is
  • rowdy weed
  • thank you straighten for naming rally
  • weed rally weed and this is another
  • satin pothos appear and this is a
  • lipstick plant my only lipstick plant as
  • you can see I have smashed his plastic
  • hanger in here
  • because I wanted to see how he's going
  • do a little bit so far pretty amazing
  • because right now this might not seem
  • like a lot of light but in the morning
  • beautiful amazing lovely light it must
  • be enough for all of them to continue to
  • be happy was it really that unbearable
  • that I wasn't paying attention you for
  • as long as that was so those are my
  • planets I hope that you found this
  • interesting I know there's a lot of
  • plant lovers out there
  • I know it's always cool to see other
  • people's plants and what they enjoy
  • having if you want some good plant
  • advice there's tons of channels on
  • YouTube like most of what I've learned
  • from YouTube like plant arena Kaylee
  • Ellen I love Hilton Carter from
  • Apartment Therapy I love watching that
  • see begonia is really fun it's just like
  • such a fun rewarding thing this will
  • obviously always continue to change as
  • the seasons change as the light changes
  • and as I learn more about outdoor plants
  • right Julian it's maybe someday in the
  • future if things get even more out of
  • hands which I anticipate they will I'll
  • do an update I hope that you like this
  • anyway this is like not a type of video
  • that I'd usually make but I know so many
  • of you asked for and requested it and I
  • know that some of you guys are just
  • genuinely curious about my life or hobby
  • switches plants they're my friends make
  • sure you subscribe to my channel I make
  • new videos every Wednesday / Thursday I
  • have to go water many sermons now
  • Hispanic needs much want there multiple
  • times a day
  • alright let me check you can I check you
  • oh he's dry he's very dry just very dry
  • it needs to water okay we're gonna play
  • a game called the quiet jeans
  • you're losing how about we do a
  • high-five good boy I'll see you guys
  • next week goodbye

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