At least one of the wood fern planted in the left side of the wall is doing really well. The potted plants that sit in front of the wall block me from doing a close inspection so I have to wait until something pokes out into view or pull the pots away from the wall. The pots weigh over 100 lbs apiece and I’m not yet curious enough to go to the effort of moving all three. It won’t be long before the avocado goes out side for the summer. Maybe then I’ll pull the pots away and take a good look.
The bright green spikey bits above the wood fern is the rain forest flowering cactus from Honduras/Nicaragua . . . heliocereus. The plant is growing really fast . . . over 36″ of new growth just in that section of the plant since it went in the wall. That’s a lot of growth.
The dumb canes (light green leaves) are also doing really well. Both plants show good growth.
The dieffenbachia cuttings are also doing well. The parrot’s beak croaked. It wasn’t getting enough light. I’ll start another lower in the wall where it won’t be blocked. The jade plant is still growing, strangely enough.