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Posted 4w ago by @HeraMonstera

Help Name My πŸ‘ I picked up this absolutely breathtaking ...

Help Name My πŸ‘

I picked up this absolutely breathtaking Anthurium Joli Peach and potted her with an Anthurium Sweet Dream.

I named the ASD Barbie for her color. Here are the names I’m considering for the AJP, please help me choose. I’m also open to new suggestions.

1. Name them both Barbie Γ  la Barbie the Movie, but that could be confusing.
2. Barbie & Skipper
3. Barbie & Margo
4. Ditch the Barbie tie in and just name her Joli
5. Angelina Joli Peach
6. Princess Peach (and maybe rename Barbie to something like Rosalina)
7. Keep it just πŸ‘

(Side note: Paging @Corrine Is there a community hashtag for group plantings that aren’t terrariums?)



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1ft to light, indirect
5” pot with drainage
Last watered 3 days ago
Best Answer
throwing my vote in for peach and rosalina! but i might be biased as a huge mario fan πŸ˜… but i will say they both give princess vibes so i think it fits
I like peach also though Peachy Cream suits her color more .
I also vote Peach and Rosalina
Peach and Rosalina are definitely a fan favorite. @ILoveMyPlants @SarahSee @spikyyyy
These are pretty! I really like the color πŸ‘ I also vote for peach and rosalina 😊
@HeraMonstera This may not be in your wheel house of names and the color of it through the pic is beautiful and reminds me of an Opal, so that’s what my suggestion would be to which also means β€œPrevious Gem”.
Those anthuriums are gorgeous together! I voted on names by liking Sarah's post 😁

For group plantings, I came across the term "companion planting" and created it as a hashtag when I posted about potting together my syngoniums, foxtail fern, moon valley and fittonia plants (see pic!) But since then I'm not sure that was the right term to use - it seems to just be used in planting together edible plants like vegetables. So maybe "group planting" is a better term for non-edible plant potted arrangements? Would love for someone else to weigh in on this!
@ballondusoleil to my understanding companion planting is about symbiotic relationships. Like one plant might add nitrogen to the soil that a nearby plant can benefit from. Or one plant might act as pest control for another.

I just put these together cause they’re preeeeeeeeeetty. πŸ˜πŸ˜†
I'm liking Barbie and Margo both beautiful plants 😍