Complete Indoor Plant Care Guide
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Do you know when you should water your plant? What to do when your plant starts drooping, or when to
repot and how?
You are in the right place. Let’s talk about all the
houseplant care tips and tricks you need to care for your indoor plants and make them thrive.
This is a great place to start if you are a beginner plant parent. Or a quick refresher if you have been caring for plants for a bit longer.
Go to the
Plant Profiles for plant-specific care information, or do a search for your type of plant.
All the basics to get you started in plant care. What plant to choose, how to know what type of light, or how much water your plant needs. Plus a bonus weekly / monthly / yearly plant care schedule.
Did you know you can easily make brand new plants from the plants you already have? Or ask a friend for a cutting. It is easy and free and called water propagation.
Eggshels can do wonders for your plants. All that calcium will help them grow healthy and strong. There are four different ways to use eggshells for your plants.
Not all indoor succulents will flower. But there are a few things you can do to help your plant to bloom. Your succulent will need lots of light, and it needs to be mature enough.
Mature, happy Pilea plants can sprout baby plants left and right. Find out how to remove these plantlets and turn them into new plants.
When summer arrives, don't forget about your plants. They need a little extra care during hot days. And you should water more often. What else?
Do you water your plant as soon as it looks a little sad? Stop! You might be killing your plant with kindness. Overwatering is the number 1 reason houseplants die. So how you do you know it is time to water?
It happens to all of us. Even with easy to care for plants like the spider plant you can run into problems. Brown tips, yellow leaves, or it suddenly starts to look droopy.
Luckily, most problems have easy solutions.
Indoor hanging plants are harder to reach and easy to forget about. You need easy-care, low maintenance plants. Here are the best ones for your home.
When was the last time you repotted your plants? Never? Ok. It is probably time. How to check if your plant needs repotting and how to do it the right way if you have to.
Nothing is better than an afternoon of plant shopping. How do you pick out that perfect plant to bring home with you? Find out where to go and what to look for.
What happened to your succulent? It is all stretched out. What this means is that your plant got too little sun and it is reaching for the light. It is irreversible, but there is something you can do.
Do you leave your
Spider Plant babies growing on the mother plant or choose to remove them and start new plants? There are three easy ways of propagating your Spider Plant.
A Plant Shelf is a great way to create an indoor green vertical garden. But what do you put on your plantshelf and how to style it? 6 Simple steps to the perfect #plantshelfie!
We love plants. We love our pets. Unfortunately some plants are toxic and better not being nibbled on by our furry friends. There is no need to panic. A pet dying from eating a plant is very rare. But they can get sick. Here's all you need to know to keep it safe.
Succulents are easy to care for and can stand a little neglect. The most important thing is to watch out not to overwater your succies. Get all the tips to keep your succulents alive.
In the middle of winter, when the days are cold and gray, your houseplants can have real trouble to survive. Find out what to look for and how to help your plants.
What is happening with your holiday cactus? It drops flower buds or doesn’t bloom at all. Maybe you’re seeing the leaves turn limp. These are common problems with Christmas, Thanksgiving or Easter cacti.
Get all the fixes!
Holiday cacti are triggered to bloom as the days shorten and temperature drops.
You can mimic this by giving your plant a dark treatment
6-8 weeks before desired bloom time.
How to sow the seeds of plant care in your childs' daily activities? If you want your child to grow an interest in plants at an early age, there are a few things you can do.
Favorite plant goodies every plant parent needs.
There are a few stubborn plant-related misconceptions going around.
And these can make caring for your indoor plants unnecessarily hard. Let's get the facts straight, demystify those plant myths.
Give your terra cotta pots a spooky look for this years Halloween decor! These googly eyed planter pots are easy, inexpensive and quick to make.