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Enkara wrote

Warm seasons over, but I had Scallions, Garlic, Tomato and Okra growing this year.

I spent so much time building new garden beds this spring I didn't get around to actually preparing seedlings for the most part.

Next year will be lit.

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BlackFlagged wrote

I love houseplants that remove toxins from the air. Areca palm, golden pothos, spider plant, snake plant, etc.

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styrofoam wrote (edited )

Just some weird weeds in my front yard. Every plant I get dies. I tried to cut my lawn so that the clover in it could overtake the grass, but now the clover's gone too.

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ConquestOfToast wrote

A fuckload of peace lily

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DissidentRage wrote

I bet it's really quiet at your place.

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ConquestOfToast wrote

Fairly so yeah. I live alone for now. But it gets humid and the peace lily are easy to care for and make air a bit dryer. That and they're pretty.

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DissidentRage wrote

Oh I didn't know they could affect the air like that, that's neat. (also I guess my peace -> quiet pun was a failure)

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ConquestOfToast wrote

Yeah I'm fairly tolerant of a wide variety of weather but the 2 things that make me miserable are humidity and overcast skies. And if there's a solution that could be easier solved by a plant arrangement than tech I'll choose the plants. And no you were super clever. I had just woken up from nap and the brain wasn't doing it's best yet 😜