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  • Bought this one a few months ago & now it’s started doing this.. 😍🌱
  • Bought this one a few months ago & now it’s started doing this.. 😍🌱

  •  204  9  16 November, 2019
  • Ga screamy seperti namanya, malahan cute. Malahan nyeni, gasabar nunggu manjat tinggi tinggi 💚🤩 #philodendronfloridaghost
  • Ga screamy seperti namanya, malahan cute. Malahan nyeni, gasabar nunggu manjat tinggi tinggi 💚🤩 #philodendronfloridaghost

  •  11  0  16 November, 2019
  • Happy #philodendronfriday ! My big ass p. melanochrysum finally unfurled and the leaves are blocking my other plants! How many philodendrons can you find in this photo? Bonus round: how many yellow sticky pads do you see?
  • Happy #philodendronfriday ! My big ass p. melanochrysum finally unfurled and the leaves are blocking my other plants! How many philodendrons can you find in this photo? Bonus round: how many yellow sticky pads do you see?

  •  445  13  15 November, 2019
  • I had no idea that philodendron Florida ghost leaves start white and pale, but eventually turn green... Regardless, this is a very fun plant to watch grow.
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What I can tell you is that it LOVES LECA!! #mylecajourney
  • I had no idea that philodendron Florida ghost leaves start white and pale, but eventually turn green... Regardless, this is a very fun plant to watch grow.
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    What I can tell you is that it LOVES LECA!! #mylecajourney

  •  218  5  15 November, 2019
  • #PhilodendronFloridaGhost which came from a swap is doing really well!
I water this one quite a lot maybe 2 times a week and she will probably need a repot soon but hopefully we can wait till spring...
Aerial roots are gripping nicely into the coco pole so no need of velcro tape anymore yay!
Have a great Friday guys🌿
  • #PhilodendronFloridaGhost which came from a swap is doing really well!
    I water this one quite a lot maybe 2 times a week and she will probably need a repot soon but hopefully we can wait till spring...
    Aerial roots are gripping nicely into the coco pole so no need of velcro tape anymore yay!
    Have a great Friday guys🌿

  •  1,317  16  15 November, 2019
  • Dustin said I could get one of my wish list plants as my anniversary gift and today it arrived. This is a Philodendron Florida Ghost! They can get pretty large and are usually very expensive so I’ve been looking for a small one that I could watch grow and also not have to pay an arm and a leg for. Found this baby on a Facebook group from @houseofhortica and I’m so happy. The coolest part of this plant is that new leaves come in white and fade to minty green and then a darker green. You can tell how new each of these leaves are by how green they are. This little one arrived looking super happy in the mail and I’m keeping my fingers crossed it thrives here in its new home 🌱🤞🏼
  • Dustin said I could get one of my wish list plants as my anniversary gift and today it arrived. This is a Philodendron Florida Ghost! They can get pretty large and are usually very expensive so I’ve been looking for a small one that I could watch grow and also not have to pay an arm and a leg for. Found this baby on a Facebook group from @houseofhortica and I’m so happy. The coolest part of this plant is that new leaves come in white and fade to minty green and then a darker green. You can tell how new each of these leaves are by how green they are. This little one arrived looking super happy in the mail and I’m keeping my fingers crossed it thrives here in its new home 🌱🤞🏼

  •  62  6  14 November, 2019
  • So this one is having fun poppin leaves when I am traveling.
  • So this one is having fun poppin leaves when I am traveling.

  •  35  3  14 November, 2019
  • The magnitude of my newest Florida Ghost leaf can only be properly appreciated when compared to a human head. 😍😱 #proudplantmom
  • The magnitude of my newest Florida Ghost leaf can only be properly appreciated when compared to a human head. 😍😱 #proudplantmom

  •  247  4  14 November, 2019

Top #philodendronfloridaghost Posts

  • Happy #philodendronfriday ! My big ass p. melanochrysum finally unfurled and the leaves are blocking my other plants! How many philodendrons can you find in this photo? Bonus round: how many yellow sticky pads do you see?
  • Happy #philodendronfriday ! My big ass p. melanochrysum finally unfurled and the leaves are blocking my other plants! How many philodendrons can you find in this photo? Bonus round: how many yellow sticky pads do you see?

  •  445  13  15 November, 2019
  • There are things that remind you of important people in your life. Plants, Orchids specifically remind me of my grandma. I had an orchid bouquet for my wedding because I wanted her to be part of it even though she's thousands of miles away. Growing up in the Philippines, I spent my summers with my grandma helping her take care of her garden. I will always remember my grandma gathering buckets of water from a well pump to water her plants. She did that twice a day for many decades and her garden flourished. She had Anthuriums, palms, peace lilies, snake plants and a lot of tropical flowering plants. Also she grew star fruit, pomelo, grapefruit, guava, moringa and different varieties of mangoes. My grandpa also built her an arch made of bougainvillea. But one thing that reminds me of her is her love of Orchids. She displayed them on huge driftwood and certainly was the focal point of her garden. Now that I'm getting older and away from home, I truly get it now how plants change people's perspective in life. They give you serenity and help you recharge your mind. She lived peaceful and had a sense of contentment because of the paradise she built. Rest In Peace Nanay. I will continue your legacy 🌱
  • There are things that remind you of important people in your life. Plants, Orchids specifically remind me of my grandma. I had an orchid bouquet for my wedding because I wanted her to be part of it even though she's thousands of miles away. Growing up in the Philippines, I spent my summers with my grandma helping her take care of her garden. I will always remember my grandma gathering buckets of water from a well pump to water her plants. She did that twice a day for many decades and her garden flourished. She had Anthuriums, palms, peace lilies, snake plants and a lot of tropical flowering plants. Also she grew star fruit, pomelo, grapefruit, guava, moringa and different varieties of mangoes. My grandpa also built her an arch made of bougainvillea. But one thing that reminds me of her is her love of Orchids. She displayed them on huge driftwood and certainly was the focal point of her garden. Now that I'm getting older and away from home, I truly get it now how plants change people's perspective in life. They give you serenity and help you recharge your mind. She lived peaceful and had a sense of contentment because of the paradise she built. Rest In Peace Nanay. I will continue your legacy 🌱

  •  734  51  13 November, 2019
  • Happy Halloween from my monsters and ghosts! 👻
  • Happy Halloween from my monsters and ghosts! 👻

  •  517  17  31 October, 2019
  • Let's talk about privilege ✨
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 Specifically plant buying privilege. As someone who works in the industry I've known for a long time that the ability to step into a shop to buy a plant is a privilege. An individual doesn't "need" a plant. It's not part of the necessary things to survival. We are a stop they CHOOSE to make vs have to. Buying a plant is akin to any other luxury good. Often times when we see these plants it's easy to jump to conclusions on how they were afforded. I'm not rich by any means (hello have you seen my rundown house) but I'm still privileged in that I have any funds at all to allocate towards this passion. Many individuals don't, and recognizing that is important in this community. I gift plants both rare and common to people as often as I can. I donate plants to my local "Buy Nothing" group so that my neighbors can enjoy plants too. It's amazing the follow-up messages I get! A small clipping will have exploded with growth under someone's careful care. Last week I sold a chunk of my collection to bring these two beauties home. It helped me downsize for winter and be able to afford a plant I've been dreaming about. I was lucky that the grower has become a good friend and mentor to me over the past year. & I value that immensely. He sold these to me at an extremely reasonable price knowing it would make me happy. He could have sold me zero plants and I'd still treasure our conversations regardless. I've sold plants for less than I've attained them for because I just knew that that person was destined to have them. Lastly: Remember that like anything else these plants are just things. They're living, beautiful things, but they're not everything. Friendships and curating a community are more important in life. Be humble and grateful for what you do have. The Universe will take care of the rest 🙏 🌿
  • Let's talk about privilege ✨
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    Specifically plant buying privilege. As someone who works in the industry I've known for a long time that the ability to step into a shop to buy a plant is a privilege. An individual doesn't "need" a plant. It's not part of the necessary things to survival. We are a stop they CHOOSE to make vs have to. Buying a plant is akin to any other luxury good. Often times when we see these plants it's easy to jump to conclusions on how they were afforded. I'm not rich by any means (hello have you seen my rundown house) but I'm still privileged in that I have any funds at all to allocate towards this passion. Many individuals don't, and recognizing that is important in this community. I gift plants both rare and common to people as often as I can. I donate plants to my local "Buy Nothing" group so that my neighbors can enjoy plants too. It's amazing the follow-up messages I get! A small clipping will have exploded with growth under someone's careful care. Last week I sold a chunk of my collection to bring these two beauties home. It helped me downsize for winter and be able to afford a plant I've been dreaming about. I was lucky that the grower has become a good friend and mentor to me over the past year. & I value that immensely. He sold these to me at an extremely reasonable price knowing it would make me happy. He could have sold me zero plants and I'd still treasure our conversations regardless. I've sold plants for less than I've attained them for because I just knew that that person was destined to have them. Lastly: Remember that like anything else these plants are just things. They're living, beautiful things, but they're not everything. Friendships and curating a community are more important in life. Be humble and grateful for what you do have. The Universe will take care of the rest 🙏 🌿

  •  565  52  6 November, 2019