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New plant collections arrived from thailand

Three new rare plant collections arrived from Thailand.

There are three rare houseplants that I really wanted to have however, they are just too expensive for just a cuttings. What are those rare plants? Monstera Peru, Scindapsus Treubii Dark Form and Scindapsus Moonlight. Well, I can’t believe I have them. So lucky to know somebody who always have shipment from Thailand for rare plants.

I admit, still expensive but at least I do not do the extra transaction other than just wait patiently if they call me that the plant I ordered arrive and I could pick them up.

It was so funny or I don’t know…, when I got there to pick up Saturday that was Sept 19 at 4:35 because they gave me a qoute for how much the plants are before I pick them up, I just bring enough cash but he denied it. I even show to him the exchange messages but he said he didn’t do it.

Anyhow, to make the story short, I still bought the plant. I supposed to buy ten pots each plants but money was so tight, it ended up five pots each. Of course, a little bit disappointed but in the long run I’m still okay with them.

The plants are so beautiful. I cannot wait to see them grow, and sell some of them.

Who would have thought, I miss you!

A crazy thing as it is, who would have thought, I will be going to miss one of the plant? Wow!

Every time, I checked my plants, {I’m talking about the small plants I propagated, these includes I bought, trade, etc} at the back room of where we live, I always check her first. I can not remember if this was the Monstera Peru from a trade or bought because they all lost their leaves at the same time and I put in one glass of water.

After a few months of patience, a tiny two roots sprouted then 3 days after a new leaf form and then open. I greeted “Hello” to her everyday as if she can speak. lolz… Due to my financial burden, I did not hesitate to sell even though I have emotional attachment to it.

I have a few of the plants that I couldn’t decide to sell them away but the moment of distress I did let it go.

Unfortunately, this teeny-tiny Monstera Peru is knocking at my heart, I truly miss her!