How to Care for a Lipstick Plant. Lipstick plants (Aeschynanthus radicans) are epiphytic vines native to Malaysia. Epiphytes grow in the branch crotches and crevices of trees or rocks but they do not feed off their hosts. In fact, lipstick.
tableau of climbing ivy, lipstick plant, and angel wing begonia. Scientific names: Hedera helix ‘Anita’, Aeschynanthus, and Begon.
Beautiful Balayage Highlights Inspiration for Your Next Salon Visit
Beige Blonde with Subtle Golden Balayage | Say farewell to foils—forever. Some personal realizations occur when sitting under a red-tinted hood of heat and wearing enough foils to make contact with an alien mothership. Sure, you can get six weeks of color before growing roots plant you back in that salon chair; but you can also end up with brassy zebra stripes that bring back memories of ultra-glossy Lip Smackers and frosted cream eye shadow. (The early 2000s called, and they want those
Spring containers: Fill containers with layers of yellow daffodils, fragrant purple hyacinth and perky crocus and let rest all winter long before sunny days wake up the bulbs in early spring. Read more at The Home Depot's Garden Club.
Egg Roll in a Bowl Dusting this baby off and coming out of retirement due to some changes in health! I attribute my recovery to eating a low-lectin diet and highly recommend Dr. Gundry’s Plant Paradox.
YES this is a real flower: Hot lips (psychotria elata). Affectionately known as Hooker’s lips, Psychotria elata with its colorful red flowers attracts many pollinators, including butterflies and hummingbirds.