What is a macrame plant hive?
I’ve never seen anything like this before.
A group of about 20 macrame plants have been hanging out in a garden plot near my home.
There’s no way anyone could have been in the area without having seen one.
This macrame is a small shrub with the crown protruding.
It grows up to 4 feet tall and has a bulbous head.
It also has two small black, round black spots that resemble eyes.
They’re the little eyes.
It’s one of the prettiest of all the macrames I’ve seen.
I’ve been in awe of these little little eyes ever since I saw them growing in the garden plot.
I’ll admit I didn’t think of them at the time.
The little eyes are so beautiful!
This macrame has been hanging around the garden since it was first spotted by a neighbor.
The macrame bush has been around for at least 150 years, according to one botanist.
Macrames are a common vegetable in the Philippines, but are mostly cultivated in Southeast Asia.
In Southeast Asia, macramees are commonly used as a hedge or as a barrier between homes and gardens.
Macrames have been used as ornamental plants throughout Southeast Asia since the colonial period.
They can grow anywhere from 2 to 6 feet tall, and produce up to 20,000 flowers per year.
They are known for their ability to regenerate their leaves over time, which can provide them with more nutrition than native trees.
For more macrame-related content, read more on botanical lore.
A group of macrame trees in Manila.
I’ve noticed that some macramers have been around longer than others.
The macrame hanger at the end of this photo is the oldest one I’ve ever seen.
I’m really curious to see how long it has been there.
It looks like the older plants may have been moved out of the garden a while ago, but the macrame remains.
One of the few macrame bushes that are thriving.
Some macramies have been growing on my balcony for a while.
I never noticed any, but I was curious to find out.
I went down to the garden to look at some of the older macramy bushes and noticed they had been getting taller.
They seemed to have become more active, and the branches were moving a little.
I took a picture of one and posted it on Instagram, so people can see the growth.
There’s a macramie in the corner of the room.
It seems to be doing quite well.
As a macreditor, I’m very excited about this one.
I was a little bit surprised by how healthy it was, and it’s grown so long.
It’s really cute to see macramemes grow so big, and I think they’re a pretty good bet to be a good neighbor.
I love how well they’re doing.
I know that the older branches that are growing in this photo are probably getting older as well.
I like the fact that they’re still there, and that they seem to be thriving.
I wonder if I could grow one myself.
I’m going to need to get a grow light and some other plants.
A macrame tree in Manila that has grown so large I don’t think it can grow without a tree for shade.
Here’s a close-up of the younger branches of a macromancer macrame.
Another macrame in Manila, with the same branch, but this one is bigger.
What’s your favorite macrame?
Check out my slideshow of photos and learn more about macrame history.