Tag: Houseplants

Posted on 05/05/2024
The 3 best plants for your bathroom
Whether you have a couple of houseplants or an expansive...
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Posted on 02/04/2024
3 Great bedroom plants
Bedroom plants have many benefits. In addition to making...
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Posted on 09/10/2023
Umbrella Plants & Other Popular Indoor Trees That Are Toxic to Pets
Unfortunately, many popular houseplants are toxic to pets. Many of the small tree varieties commonly grown as houseplants, like the umbrella plant, can make both humans and animals sick if ingested. Here is a basic guide to popular indoor trees pet owners should avoid: Umbrella Plant Umbrella plants are named for their whorl-pattern leaves creating a dense canopy...
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Posted on 05/07/2023
5 Great plants for your living room
If you're interested in adding some greenery to your...
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Posted on 04/16/2023
Epipremnum Aureum & Philodendron: What Pet Owners Should Know About These Popular Houseplants
Unfortunately, plants and pets can't always coexist. Many plants have toxic qualities that can harm both animals and humans if ingested. Some of the most popular houseplants, such as epipremnum aureum or pothos, can pose a risk to cats and dogs if not kept well out of reach. To help you choose the best houseplants for your home,...
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Posted on 04/09/2023
3 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Fungus Gnats
Many plant owners prefer to avoid harsh chemicals in their pest control practices. Luckily, there are plenty of natural methods to combat fungus gnats and other common plant pests. Here are three great ways to get rid of fungus gnats the natural way: Trap Them With Apple Cider Vinegar & Soap A simple way to trap adult gnats...
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Posted on 02/26/2023
How to Grow a Banana Plant as a Houseplant
If you want a large, tropical houseplant that will survive in any climate, consider a banana plant. There are dozens of varieties of banana plant, including some smaller varieties perfect for indoor pots. Here are the basics of caring for a banana plant indoors: Light Requirements Most types of banana plant want at least 6 hours of full...
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Posted on 11/06/2022
The 3 Best Palm Trees to Grow Indoors
Palm trees can be found on almost every continent in the world. While some hardier versions can survive colder weather, most thrive in tropical or subtropical climates. If you want to grow palm trees indoors as houseplants, you'll need to replicate a tropical environment as much as possible for them to thrive. While it might seem intimidating, there...
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Posted on 10/16/2022
3 Low-maintenance tall plants for your home
If you're a beginner with houseplants, large and tall plants might seem intimidating. Luckily, just like small plants, there are plenty of tall plants with simple needs and easy care routines. Here are some suggestions for low-maintenance tall plants to try at home: Rubber tree Rubber trees are the lowest-maintenance member of the ficus family of plants. As...
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Posted on 07/10/2022
Expert tips for buying plants online
Buying plants online can be just as simple and rewarding as other types of online shopping. However, there can also be greater risks involved. Here are some expert tips for buying plants online to help you get the best deals and the healthiest plants: Consider location & season One of the first things to learn about a potential...
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Posted on 06/05/2022
Dying plants: The 2 most common causes
Dying plants are a reality for every gardener and houseplant owner at some point in their lives. However, the more you know about common causes of death, the better you can prevent it and keep your plants healthy. Here are some of the most common causes of dying houseplants: Over-watering Watering plants too much and too often is...
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Posted on 03/20/2022
3 Ways to Make Your Own DIY Houseplant Trellis
Many popular houseplants are climbers in nature. Even when living in containers, many plants benefit from having something to climb or something to support them when they get larger and heavier. While there are lots of options available on the market for supporting your houseplants, you can also make your own trellises from inexpensive materials. Here are some...
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