Here is a huge Mother-In-Law tongue that he left. I need to repot it.
Then his mom, my neighbor (who is amazing, awesome, sweet, so cool--I just love her, really) gave me a lot of cuttings off her plants when she came back from Arizona.
This was one of the "cuttings."
One of the biggest Aloe plants I've ever seen....
Oh, see that plant in the right hand corner? My landlord left that, too. I did get a picture but it didn't load. It's a cool plant--have no idea what it is. I think it's name shall be Newman.
This is another cutting she gave me. Another Mother-In-Law Tongue. I put it in the guest room. If I had a mother-in-law that came over to spend the night, it would have a lovely sense of irony....
But I don't. I probably won't ever have a mother-in-law again.
This is a lovely Bamboo that Jennifer gave me as a housewarming present. It's supposed to be a money tree?
I think I need to fertilize it or something. I have yet to see any money on it.
Also residing in the kitchen is fresh Basil.
This is some ivy and other plants that obviously I need to clean up. I had this birdcage I had used in my wedding as a cardholder. I really liked it, so I repainted it the antique bronze that I used on my iron bed, lined it, put potting soil and the plants in it. I think it turned out really cute (well, sans dead folliage, it is).