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Creating a thoughtful gift for someone doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming. For example, to make this Zebrina houseplant gift for my friend Kim was so simple, I don’t even need to spell out the instructions for you. You can just look at the photos to see how easy it was.

(Kim, if you’re reading this, I’m just kidding – your plant took hours and hours of careful planning and arrangement. The photos here are of the simulation gift I made in seconds, not yours, haha.)

So shiny!

VoilĂ ! No muss, no fuss. Wandering Jew cuttings don’t need to root before you can plant them – they can go straight into the soil. That, to me, is a hallmark of a great houseplant. Plus, they are so pretty!

I’ll be back manana with an all-new Ask the Experts panel, along with a new puzzler for you. Hope to see you here.


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Hi! My name is Liza. Welcome to my blog and thanks for visiting! I'm a Midwestern gal now living in Arizona, after many years of living in and owning a plant care business in New Mexico.

Plants are living, breathing creatures, and if they're indoor plants, they are 100% dependent on human care. They cannot water themselves.

I can beautify your home, office, or patio with plants and flowers. I have 13 years of experience growing plants, and friendships.

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