Who doesn’t like gardening? Everyone does! Even if you can’t keep up, you can’t deny the fact that the soil smells like life itself when you spray some water over it. It can get hard to keep up with the busy schedule, but if you want to grow a plant, you can always go for the easiest ones to keep!
Don’t worry, we understand; it is natural for those small yet essential tips related to plant healthcare to slip out of your mind with a schedule as busy as yours. It is why we have gathered a few indoor gardening tips for you to help you remember the little bits you’ve been missing out on for thriving houseplants.
How To Kill Pathogens and Bad Bacteria in Your Houseplant Soil Preheat oven to 200°F Think layer of soil in metal/glass pan with a depth of no more than 4 inches Moisten soil but do not drench Remove plant debris, rocks, sticks.
The alocasia plant family consists of over 70 difference species. The most notable characteristic of the alocasia is a single leaf that grows from a long stem; this is not a bushy plant. The leaf appearance can vary between species but are typically long and thin and of an arrowhead or heart shape.
Calathea is a tropical plant family that has many different species but what is most known and most common to the calathea family is its foliage. The leaves are wide, oblong, and boldly patterned; some appear to have braids, stripes, or the appearance of watercolor brush strokes.
A South American tropical plant, the peperomia obtusifolia is commonly referred to as a ‘Baby Rubber Plant’ because its growth resembles that of the much larger rubber plant (ficus elastica) but only grows to be about a foot tall. Despite its appearance and nickname, it is not related to the ficus plant family at all.
The staghorn fern gets its name from its leaves (called fronds) because they resemble that of a deer.These plants can be a bit intimidating, they can grow to be 3 feet wide, but they are truly a beautifulliving work of art.
Ferns are one of the world’s oldest plant families, dating back more than 300 million years ago. Today, there are over 10,000 different species with some species loving a colder environment while others prefer something a bit more tropical. Despite the vast diversity of the fern family, the required care is quite common between species. Ferns are a relatively easy, low-maintenance plant and make a great starter plant for those just beginning their houseplant journey.
Your love for plants does not guarantee you may know how to grow and treat them. Here is the ultimate guide to indoor plants for you to nourish, love with and care for those fresh green gorgeous leaves.
We all know anything worth having doesn’t come easy; similarly, indoor gardening has its benefits, but some plants give you a hard time during the growing process. Here are some of the tough-to-grow plants that are still worth the effort.
Even people without a green thumb appreciate the exquisiteness of houseplants. If you are one of those interested in knowing more about how to grow and maintain a houseplant, you have come to the right place!
We know what a nightmare it can be to have your plant infected with spider mites. But, we have got some really easy steps and procedure to follow to prevent you from this havoc. It works mostly for large leaf plants (e.g. calathea, alocasia, philodendron, etc)