My new California home is sooooo happy with this new fiddle leaf fig babe! Listen, I know there is no such thing as perfect, but no kidding, this plant is perfect. When I was at Home Depot with my sister picking this baby out, we were waiting to get it re-potted by the nice plant gentleman in the nursery, and about 15 people tried to purchase this very plant when we weren’t looking. I was all, hands off! She’s mine! Shot gun on those stems! Get lost! MINE! Maybe I over-reacted, but when I find my spirit-plant, I hang on tight. Real tight. Now that she’s home, I am taking no chances with her health and well-being. That’s why I am excited to share with you this plant-care trick that has been helping me keep Miss Figgy alive and well. Please, familiarize yourself with ingenious, life-saving, plant-loving product. Drumroll please……
Hi! If you follow me on Instagram, you probably already know what a succulent addict I am. I’m beginning to feel more settled into my new home and life in Los Angeles (ok, truth: there are still some scary boxes in my bedroom left to unpack). I gave my succulent collection away before moving out of NYC, because they would have had to be hand-carried on the plane and ain’t nobody got time for that. So they are in good hands with some friends back east, and now I’m having fun growing a new succulent collection, in fun new planters! I found this one online for only $18 dollars and the rustic gold metallic finish is making me so dang happy right now. Also, how about that donkey tail succulent?
Flower crowns are my favorite thing to make for a special occasion. They are a crowd pleaser each and every time, and there is no way you won’t feel 100% lovely while wearing one. For a special occasion, I make a batch of crowns for the ladies, but it never fails that by the end of the event the fellas are posing for pictures in them. 🙂 Check out my video below on how quick and easy they are to make!