The last few days have had a very green feel to them, making sure all my plants were looking tip top for some special visitors. So, my picture postcards from the weekend are some of the views of our home that I am really enjoying at the moment. Hopefully, it will be a ‘third time’s a charm’ situation for this Maidenhair fern. I have been a notorious slayer of them in the past. Any tips to up the survival time are most welcome.We finally managed to get a second crate to bring our makeshift coffee table up to a more reasonable height, hope it’s not too wood wormy! I have a new corner of the office all decked out with a splinter free packing area and a reel holder for my string. I am very excited about this – thanks, husband xxx This, my latest plant acquisition is a delicate leafed Australian Ivy and I am so in love with it. You’ll probably see it pop up on my IG feed quite often as it’s my latest green muse. Finally, below our sweet baby Wallis – we spent quite a few hours trying to get her to pose for a picture and nothing, then I snapped this – just as the sun was going down. Wishing you a magical week x
Kat Terek says
Love the shot of the Australian Ivy!
Thank you Kat! It’s such a pretty thing to take pictures of :)
Lynn Page says
Your plants are really looking healthy, well done and the pic of Wallis is purrfect!
thanks Lynn! For once she sat still for about 5 seconds ;)
Hi just found your side and I am absolutely in love with the Australian ivy. Unfortunately I can not find out anything about it or if I can get it in my area. Do you have a clue for me? Btw. Love your plant pictures. Nina (from Berlin, Germany)
Thank you Nina! I am not sure where you would get one over there?! Maybe take one of my pictures to a plant shop? :) Real name – Muehlenbeckia complexa or ANGELVINE AKA creeping wire vine. xxx
The botanical name is what I was hopping for. Sorry for the misunderstanding. I didn’t expect you to be able to tell where I can get it over here. ? English isn’t my mother tongue which might have caused it. Thanks alot for the information. Cheers Nina