Plant Inventory

I already have a seed inventory, so I figured I should take an inventory of my plants, as well. I was thinking of doing an inventory of dead plants (I have killed quite a few), but that would get complicated and depressing, so I think I'll skip it.

This list includes only plants in my studio apartment, and they are listed by container (some containers include several plants). It does not include seedlings or bulbs/rhizomes/whatever that haven't made any leaves. It also doesn't include the seedling sale plants, the plants in my office, or the plants at Mr. Yogato.

I'm not going to be anal about naming conventions, for the moment, but I will likely update this later with both common names and real names. I will also link to photos of each.

Current as of 24 July. (18 October update: I have 115 plants and 11 plants-in-waiting. I will update this list in a bit!)

Existing Plant List
Philodendron bipinnatifidum
Cactus (?)
Cryptanthus, Saxifraga, and Haworthia (?)
Basil
“Spitfire” Nasturtium
Alternanthera dentata
Alternanthera dentata
Alternanthera dentata
Pandanus veitchii
Alternanthera “Party Time” and Aloe "Grassy Lassie"
Aloe “Grassy Lassie”
Polystichum acrostichoides
Hippeastrum “Red Lion”
Hippeastrum unknown
Cryptanthus, Haworthia (?)
Kohleria "Silver Feather"
Streptocarpella “Good Hope”
Chirita “Deco”
Episcia “Coco”
Bull Run hot pepper, lemon basil, Sempervivum with red tinged leaves, fingerling potato
Lemon Geranium
Two Ponytail Palms
Norfolk Island Pine
Alocasia “Polly”
Chlorophytum comosum
Dieffenbachia compacta and Dracaena marginata
Dracaena unknown
Aloe “Grassy Lassie”
Ledebouria socialis and Crassula ovata
Ledebouria socialis
Ledebouria socialis
So much Ledebouria socialis that I don't know what to do with them all
Kalanchoe unknown
Kalanchoe unknown
Sedum
Sempervivum with a trailing succulent of some kind (really cute!)
Dracaena “Lemon Lime”
Cyclamen “Sterling Scarlet”
Phalaenopsis unknown (small size, purple flowers with yellow streaks)
Bulbophyllum gracillimum
Maranta leuconeura var erythroneura
Ornithogalum caudatum
Fittonia albivenis
Yucca unknown
Rex Begonia
Crassula ovata
Amorphophallus konjac
Amorphophallus konjac
Lime tree
Banana
Hippeastrum seedlings
More Hippeastrum seedlings
Saintpaulia unknown
Fuchsia with double purple flowers
Schizachyrium scoparium
Koeleria cristata
Aechmea fasciata

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5 Responses to Plant Inventory

  1. I wish I had enough natural light in my house to grow more things indoors, but my only south facing window is my kids' bedroom and sadly I think they may torture and kill anything I put in there (just kidding, they actually have one wintered over tomato plant in there!)

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  2. Do you get a lot of traffic from all the blog services? I get most of mine from google/blogger/stumble upon and was wondering if it was worth adding more. You have more plants than me. For now. And so it begins.

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  3. Erin, some of these plants can grow pretty well not in a south-facing window. I think the orchids would be alright, the Begonia, Ledebouria socialis, of course the ferns, a lot of the gesneriads, the Aechmea fasciata, the list goes on! (The usual houseplant suspects, I guess.)

    Aerelonian, I do not get a lot of traffic from all the blog services. Truth be told, the German ones are the highest hitters--a few a day, maybe. I like them as a means to be found, and hopefully followed, by people who might not otherwise find me. Most of my hits come from Google and Google image searches, followed by Blogger, Maangchi, Twitter, and All Andrew's Plants, actually, but that blog is only a few hits above most other blog click-throughs. I don't really get Google Analytics.

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  4. I keep meaning to make a complete list of plants around here but I just never get around to doing it. I probably should... so that I can point and say, "Wow. There's a good chunk of plants here! I better knock it off." hehe.

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  5. My Gosh! That's a lot of plants for a studio apartment! How do you do it all??

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