Anthurium

Intro:If you have ever walked by the floral section in a grocery store on Valentine’s Day, you probably saw an Anthurium. These stunning plants with bright red flowers symbolize hospitality, happiness, and abundance. The flowers on this plant are no flowers at all. They are actually modified leaves! These plants originate from the Andes MountainsContinue reading “Anthurium”

Pilea Peperomioides

Pilea Peperomioides Intro: Pilea’s are one of the most popular Peperomia plants in the houseplant world today! They sport adorable coin-shaped leaves and bright green hues. These plants are fast growers and low maintenance which makes them perfect for beginner plant parents. Pilea’s originate from the Yunnan province of China and is nicknamed the ChineseContinue reading “Pilea Peperomioides”

Fiddle Leaf Fig

The Fiddle Leaf Fig is a beautiful statement plant that adds dimension to any space. My FLF is in the shape of a tree with all its foliage at the top of its trunk like stem. My sweet husband bought me this plant when we lived in California but we moved not too long afterContinue reading “Fiddle Leaf Fig”

Welcome to Wet My Plants!

Hello! My name is Makayla and I am so glad you are here. If you are reading this “get to know me” blog post then I suspect you’re asking three main questions. Who is she? What does she write about? Why does she do it? If you are than I have all the answers forContinue reading “Welcome to Wet My Plants!”