Hey y'all, I have a lot of extra plants y'all are welcome to :) I live in Hendersonville but I'm in Madison/East Nashville every week or so, so we can coordinate a meet up there, or you're welcome to come meet me in Hendersonville anytime.
I'm a landscaper so I get a lot of landscaping type plants from jobs, but I also just have a lot of house plants that I need to get rid of - plus I'm getting into propagating some of my plants. Why tf I make more plants when I don't have room for the ones I have, idk.
Also love answering plant questions and giving plant advice, feel free to hit me with any questions you might have :)
- sansevieria (snake plant) - house plant. I'm propagating cuttings in water right now and some are starting to put out roots
- aloe - in pot, outside. would need to be brought inside during frosts
- fiddle leaf fig - house plant. I propagated some cuttings using rooting hormones, super cool. needs bright, indirect light, I actually keep mine outside on the front porch most of the year but they're super sensitive to cold
- monstera cuttings - house plant. I can give you a fresh cutting from my monstera plant in water in a pickle jar, I've done that once before and need to check on the results. You would need to research how to get it to root, when to move to soil, etc.
- pilea (Chinese money plant) - house plant (but I keep mine outside when it's warm). Circular light green leaves coming off a single stalk. This one pushes out a lot of pups (babies) off the mother plant, so I truly have too too many of these. Great indoor plants, prefers bright light in a western window but can tolerate less light.
- dracaena marginata 'colorama' (dragon tree or spike plant) - house plant. I THINK this is the variety I have. Soft, long elegant leaves coming off a single spike. Kinda pinkish-maroon. I have three of these a client gave to me to throw away (!) and I honestly have kept them outside, so I'm not sure how they'll do inside. She had them inside and they seemed to be doing fine.
- burro's tail - in pot, outside, but I bring inside during winter. Cute little succulent with fleshy leaves that grow in a spiral. If one falls off, it becomes a pup and is a whole new plant. My kids hit my burro's tail with a basketball so I have a ton of babies getting started. I'd put them in a western facing window this winter
- peace lily - house plant. a friend gave me a big-ass peace lily that is leaning over. I'm gonna try to repot it so it's not falling over all the time, but I kinda suspect that it just needs to grow in that direction, I mean it needs to be placed so that it's leaning away from the sun, and then it'll grow TOWARDS the sun and correct the lean. This may not be something that can be fixed with the weak light coming through a window, unless you just get buckets and buckets of sunshine, so it might just be leaning until it's warm enough to keep it outside in the spring.
- monkeygrass - in pot, outside. This is that evergreen grass-looking plant with the purple flowers you see everywhere. I have a million of them because we're always removing them from people's houses. You'd want to plant them in the landscape
- Solomon's seal - in pot, outside. Another landscape plant. It prefers part sun/shade. Stalks about a foot high with variegated leaves (green with white edges), little white flowers dangle off it in springtime. Herbaceous, so it dies back to the ground in winter. Great under a tree or in a shady area by a house.
I'm gonna try to upload pics later on...