@codl (And I'm assuming that I'll have to buy one eventually since I've witnessed a dozen of times how fragile OEM cables are.)
@codl This is the most annoying thing about iPhones. Every device I have except my e-reader uses USB-C. I have so many USB-C cables! And I have to buy a cable JUST for the iPhone? Ugh.
@ehashman My city would definitely be too hot for most North Americans! It's not unusual for us to get 40°C in August and September (hottest months of the year). I suspect I'll need a humidifier for my plants when that season comes.
I've never seen snow! And I'm definitely not used to the cold weather most countries in the Northern Hemisphere have, I was freezing when I visited London three years ago and it wasn't even that cold!
@alexp Awww. I know there's a couple of stores selling plants online, but some will only send them to cities nearby (many are based in São Paulo).
@ehashman (Truth to be told, though, I live in Brazil and many of the plants everyone loves, including me, are native plants. I suspect that helps me quite a lot.)
@alexp Yes, I bought it online! This one came from the same place I got my variegated Peperomia scandens. It's from a store called Flora Évora on MercadoLivre.
By the way, I suspect it was mislabeled it since the Ctenanthe oppenheimiana and Stromanthe sanguinea are EXTREMELY similar to each other. Upon close examination, I think mine is actually the latter!
It came from São Paulo so I'm quite surprised that only a couple of leaves are damaged.
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