Low Maintenance Plants for You

Have you been thinking of collecting plants just like your friends but too lazy to care for one? Fret not. There are plants that suit your personality, plants that do not need much care and attention.

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Plant experts identified snake plants and arrowhead plants as low maintenance. They only need minimal water and moderate light exposure to survive.

Snake plants and arrowhead plants are good to grow inside your house. In fact, these two belongs to the list of most popular indoor plants among growers and plant hobbyists or enthusiasts.

Besides beautifying the home there are also benefits to growing plants. Plants soothe the tired eyes and make you feel happy especially if you have flowering plants. Plants also purify the air we breathe as they trap various toxins in the air.

I really love to have a neat garden to make our house look nice and homey. Snake and arrowhead plants will definitely be on top of my list when I start my journey to plant growing.

Road Improvement Update

Just an update on the road improvement in our area. This is how the road looks now. It’s not yet completed but it is about 90 percent finish from the side where we are located. They have put the drainage pipes in place so we don’t have to worry about “floodings” anymore.

Once the road project is completed Hubby and I are thinking about putting up a small business, but we’re not yet sure what would it be for now.

The photos were captured from our CCTV camera.

Casualty of development

Another tree of ours has been taken down to give way to the road improvement project of the DPWH. It’s sad to see how the still growing mango tree planted by my late brother in law fell to the ground as workers cut the branches one by one.

What’s left of the tree
This is an old photo. The tree that was cut down was the smaller one at the background. This is the road undergoing improvement.

The road improvement has been stalled for several years now. It’s only this year that this project will be realized. But with improvement comes some sacrifices including the cutting of trees slightly blocking the road. From where the tree stood will give way to pipe laying.

The remaining mango tree. This is an old photo. It is taller and has more branches and leaves now.

Fortunately, one tree, which is bearing mangoes every year, is spared.