Calatheas From Around The World: Orbifolia

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Calatheas From Around The World: Orbifolia

Yes, that’s correct :) I’ve added even MORE #housegreenery to our humble abode . . . only this time it’s in my office. See, I had this empty pot and it just needed to be filled, BUT more importantly, I wanted to bring life to my writing space. For whatever reason, plants make me feel calm and grounded. It’s probably [like I’ve said before] because I grew up with a mother who had and continues to have SUCH a green thumb. I mean they do say we are products of our environments; maybe having plants inside a house is engrained in me. Well, whatever IT is, it make me #instanthappy and that’s what every single thing in your home should do. Am I right or am I right?! Anyway, this lovely lady is in the Calatheas family – pronounced [kal-uh-thee-uh]. These decorative, tropical plants originate from Mexico to northern Argentina, are grown for their striking foliage, and make the perfect houseplant. How was I to say no?

“Having plants and flowers in my space makes me feel very calm and Zen. For me, it’s important to mediate every morning to be very clear in the head, and nature helps me do the same thing.” – Nicola Formichetti

I am no physic; HOWEVER, I feel like I can predict there will DEFINITELY be additional posts like this one ;) you know as my inside garden grows.

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