All houseplants need repotting occasionally to keep them healthy and thriving.
Look at it as a spa treatment for your plants. Pamper them with fresh soil, inspect their roots, maybe do a little pruning, and move them to bigger pots if necessary.
So how you do know it’s time for your plant to be repotted, and how do you go about doing so? Read on and find out.
You have this great spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum) that started to throw out all these Spider Plant babies, which are now dangling from their mother plant. What to do next? How to propagate your spiderettes? First of all, you don’t need to do anything. You can just leave them there. They will grow and […]
I must admit, when I saw roots coming out of the bottom of my Bunny Ear Cactus container, my first thought was Oh No! Don’t make me touch the cactus! But after a few deep breaths, and some motivational quotes, I found the courage. It really isn’t that hard to do. You just need […]
First of all, I love the Pilea Peperomioides. Its gorgeous perfectly round leaves, in combination with the strong lines of the stems. If you take good care of them, and it’s not very difficult to keep a Pilea happy, they will shoot up babies left and right. Seeing all those baby Pilea plants appear and […]