Keeping It Alive

This is the mini orchid plant that I bought from Ikea in February this year. I’m glad and also proud of myself because I managed to keep it alive. Before my plants died only 2 months after I purchased them. I had 2 succulent plants that I got as a birthday present from my hubby this year. I took really good care of them but they still died. It turns out that I watered them in the wrong way. I’ve learned a lesson when it comes to taking care of plants, that is to do a research first just like in getting a pet.

mini orkide

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