Some Lucky Bamboo from IKEA (dirt cheap!) in an old glass Jade plant in milk grass footed bowl Succulents in old chef s&p holder Purple Velvet plant in a trophy cup Fancy Bromeliad 'Copper Swirls' also in trophy cup Random Sarracenia (with Gunter) in a pink vintage vase A Jasmine from Trader Joe's Variegated Tradescantia in a mint julep cup Different view: there's some garlic growing in a baby food jar and a saaaaaad Amaryllis in a copper jello mold My great grandma's stove topped with many succulents, alive and dead I always wanted a wood ironing board, when I found one at a garage sale for $5 I was in looooove Houseplants, well- that's a strong term for what I have. I don't have many, if any, strictly HOUSEplants because most everything I have goes out for the summer. Usually they love it so much outside that they react very badly when they're brought inside. I've had some serious mealybug this year, which I fought for a while with q-tips dipped in rubbing alcohol but then needed a systemic or face losing my whole "crop". It's weird, I'm totes organic when I garden outside and... I'm using chemicals here on the inside? It doesn't quite make sense. Not that I've ever beenone for acting sensibly and being consistent. I guess I feel like I have a zillion options when I garden outside (moving the plant, more or less water, fertilizer) and when we're all cooped up here for the winter we just need to make do, no matter what. I did hook up a Hello Kitty humdifier for the dang Ficus though. It slowed the ridiculous leaf drop.... Related Articles Asterzilla vs. Mumthra I have a Crack and Weed Problem I Would If I Could, But I Can't That's A Lot Of Pot View the discussion thread.