Time Out!!! I spotted this lamb chop on top of the table. Do you what she was doing there?
Playing with the soil in the plant. After she played with the diapers of course. I put her on time out but she wasn't feeling sorry instead she was doing some stretching inside the playpen.
Bird's-nest Snake Plant- Sansevieria trifasciata 'Hahnii'
Snake plant is a succulent plant, which means the leaves retain lots of water, similar to a cactus. You can recognize snake plants by their long, pointed, upright leaves which look very much like snakes, giving the plant its name. It is green in color, but sometimes has yellow edges. The Hahnii Snake Plant goes by many common names which are Good Luck Plant, Bird's Nest Snake Plant, Hahnii Sansevieria, Hahnii Snake Ornamental Plant, Birds-nest Sansevieria Snake Plant, Birds-nest Sansevieria, Mother-in-laws Tongue, S. Hahnii and is botanically known as Sansevieria Hahnii or Sansevieria trifasciata 'Hahnii'. This plant became popular more and more over the past few years and has become a favorite in the garden of many. They are very easy to grow and very hard to kill. The small exotic-looking Sansevieria Hahnii Plant is suitable for indoor or outdoor use and thrives on neglect. Seen in so many places including hospitals, hotels, shopping malls, banks and homes; The Sansevieria Hahnii is a popular unique ornamental plant that will not only transform your home, office, business or garden but will add color and texture to any environment.
I don't know the name of this plant. My MIL also gave this one to me. I remember my mother used to grow a bunch of this plant before but they died when we moved to the city.
However, my lucky bamboo plant looks like it's dying. I bought this plant last September 2009 and it survive the winter season.
This is now the look of my lucky bamboo plant. The leaves are yellow and i don't know how it turns yellow. It started when i took it outside and that was after Thanksgiving. Then, when I took it inside I noticed that most of the leaves became yellow. I thought maybe it was too cold in the kitchen so, last Friday I put it in different place in the house where not too cold. Yesterday, I woke up with the noise of stones and saw the lamb chop digging the flower.