The dark-leafed one with the pink stripes is the G. sanderiana/ornata, the long-leafed one is the G. insignis, and the last one with the lighter round leaves and dark pattern is the G. makoyana.
I have three variants; makoyana, insignis and sanderiana/ornata, and they all have different patterning.
(Pictures not mine, they're from the plant nursery's web site)
I've really fallen for the Goeppertia genus (most of them are formerly Calathea), because they've got such gorgeous foilage and are easy enough to care for. Also, they're non-toxic to both pets and humans, which is always a bonus.
Hire disabled people.
Now, not in 10 years.
Hire a diverse group of disabled people.
Offer part-time & remote.
Hire disabled people for senior roles, not just internships and junior roles.
Hire disabled people, and then support them to remain at work.
So I made chicken katsu ramen for dinner, which helped soothe the lingering feel of Monday
But I made it to the post office before closing, and since the post office is in a grocery store, I picked up more ramen broth.
On the plus side; I finished Nothing But Blackened Teeth by Cassandra Khaw. A+ spookiness. Visceral and haunting, and such a good setting. I could vividly imagine it, which is always a treat.
Potion of disease resistance +1
I AM PAIN #HOTTIEWEEN
A nice little comic about a nice little town...
I have been playing around with #Townscaper, a neat little building...toy? game? thingy?...which recently ported to mobile, and spent probably too much time thinking about these odd little towns on the water, which meant that eventually a little weird fan comic came out. 1/11
Stardew Valley ink practice from this morning 🌿
Oh no I love this
Retweet if you believe housing is a right. Not a privilege.
Timeline brightener: bats have buttcheeks
Now you know.