2. I just pruned a E. Milii that had a wiggly...thing...on the bract. It wasn't a mealy, nor a spider mite, nor an aphid/whitefly/scale. It looked like a grub and did not respond to neem OR rubbing alcohol. So that bract went bye bye. I don't mind the plant being without flowers so long as the wiggly things are gone.
3. I'm also the new owner of a Sedum NOID (which fell a few times coming home and now likes to slump...), another Ledebouria Socialis (which has little bulbs under it and I accidentally removed one, but put it in the soil next to the mama), and a Aglaonema which is most likely
4. Plants have really been an outlet for stress for me lately. My job is high-stress and while I'm blessed to have a full time paying job, I need a vacation. That's in less than 3 weeks!
That's it for now. I'm really tired. Goodnight.