While I do realize that this photograph is a bit vague, I took it quickly to share with you the amazing discovery that hydrangea cuttings grown in water produce flowers. Amazing, right? This cutting is actually a pillar geranium so it has a not only a very long stem, but its flowers form on long stems as well, which is truly lovely. So, if you travel a lot or tind that watering plants just doesn't suit you, consider growing some plants in water, and add geraniums to that list.
What other plants can one grow in water?
- spider plant,
- heart philodendrun
- lipstick plant
- purple heart (wandering jew)
- that fun succulent-like plant they make the sugar syrup from, yikes know what i mean?
While many plants can be grown in water and in an opaque vase or container, some actually do need the light and should be grown in a glass vase, which does requre attention now and again to maintain its clean and lovely appearance. The plant whose name i can't remember does not thrive in a non-glass vase, as I can report from experience.