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  • San Francisco Garden Show

    Last Sunday afternoon Matti and I checked out the San Francisco Garden Show for free! While walking to the entrance a man approached us, and told us that the show had just been bought by the company he works for. In exchange for free tickets he asked that we email him our thoughts about bringing […]

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  • Staghorn Fern Fun

    Matti’s three staghorn ferns are doing really well. I think the one closest to the window is happiest. Share the love: Facebook Email StumbleUpon Digg Categories: gardening | Tags: beach wood, DIY, driftwood, epiphyte, fern, indoor plant, plant wall hanging, Platycerium, Platycerium bifurcatum, staghorn fern, vertical garden, vertical wall, wall garden | Permalink

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  • Feeding the Venus Flytrap

    A couple days ago I picked up six small crickets at Petco when I was buying poop bags. I read that it’s best to knock the bugs out in the freezer for a couple minutes to make feeding a little easier. Two minutes seemed to work for mine. I fed our Venus Flytrap three crickets. […]

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  • How Moss Works – Matti’s thoughts

    I am not a scientist here, but essentially, moss spreads via spores.  If the spores are present and the conditions are right, moss grows.  Moss needs water, and sun (though they like shade more due to moisture tends to remain longer in shady areas).   A little nourishment does not hurt, but they are able to […]