1. Brenda be sure to check if the plants you are getting are safe for cats, I believe ivy including pothos ivy is toxic to cats. there are several others on the list from the ASPCA. That said they are beautiful!

  2. Not quite sure how bottom watering will work out if using clay pebbles. Isn’t the purpose of them to absorb excess water so the roots don’t get soggy? The water would have to get soaked up by them first, but then would they continue to absorb more so water gets up to the soil and roots? I love the pots you ordered and I can’t it to see what your mystery plant is.

  3. Yay! I finally started getting emails from you again! Thank you😊

  4. Brenda, you have brought the plant monster in me again.. Love their quick descriptions and ways to filter what you’re looking for. Got a ginormous prayer plant headed my way!

  5. I’m intrigued about this rooted plant place. The plants you got are gorgeous. I recently just started bottom watering. It seems to work well. I’ve been reading about the clay pebbles. I’ll be curious to know what you think about them.

  6. I absolutely love the color of the plant pots you’ve chosen. They have just enough color to be interesting but are sort of a bit muted as well. I think gardening in this manner will be a fun new hobby for you to explore. I’d love to have houseplants but living in 2 different places throughout the year prohibits any live plants as I’m not there to care for them.

  7. I still cannot believe how beautiful these plants are…I am one of the bottom water people..I have not had any fungus ants since.. I put water in a mixing bowl and sit the plant right in it..it sucks the water up and works great. Amazing how happy plants can make us…this company would love a great review from you💕

  8. The planting pots you selected are very pretty, I love the colors. Sometimes U find I’ve over-water but didn’t realize I was doing it, especially if the top inch of soil feels dry. A couple times a month I will poke a long pick (like a long toothpick used for lighter weight kabobs) around the soil in my potted plants to open up “air” holes, but probably anything long and narrow to make tiny holes in the soil would work. From the description of the packaging method used by the company you ordered your plants from, I think the mystery plant will arrive in good shape when FedEx delivers it to you, but fingers crossed, just in case.

  9. You have certainly done your research. Can’t wait to see what they look like around the house when they’ve been replanted. Should be very pretty and a lot of fun for you. Now you will be a master gardener for both inside and outside plants!

  10. Nice to see that you’re enjoying your new plants. Can’t wait to ‘meet’ the newest member of the “flock”.

    1. It STILL has not arrived! And my Walmart groceries never got to me. Said they couldn’t find me. UGH!

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