Second piece of writing on photography is over here to read.
Inspired by the Great British Houseplant Revival, I potted up these plants to give away. I have always been a fan of houseplants. In fact I can’t remember a time without a houseplant in my life so it was great to see Tom Hart Dyke extolling the virtues of the indoor plant.
Over the years I have managed to sneak more and more in to our house, and since studying horticulture beginning to propagate them. The specimens below are from a Money Tree (Crassula ovata) that came from my great aunt. Not quite sure how old my plant is, but I have certainly had it at least 10 years.
Taken from leaf cuttings and placed on the kitchen windowsill these cuttings have taken over a year to grow to this size. They were given away for Christmas to my office colleagues with strict instructions to look after them!