Plant Talk

The Easiest Houseplants Anyone Can Grow

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 ...

Elements of Plant Care

Having trouble taking care of your homely plants? Then, let us identify the elements of plant care for you. 

Indoor Gardening Tips for Thriving Houseplants

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 a...

Health Benefits of Houseplants

Did you know the air in your house could be harboring unhealthy invisible toxins that can easily be eliminated by houseplants? Here is what you nee...

How to Choose the Best Indoor Plants?

Lift the ambiance of your home by adding the best indoor plants. Make sure to read this before you buy new plants. 

5 Best Air Purifying Plants for Your Home

Here, we have the top 5 best air purifying plants that lift the environment and add an aesthetically pleasing touch to your space!

How To Kill Pathogens and Bad Bacteria in Your ...

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...

Alocasia: Care, Growth, Habitat and Warning!

The alocasia plant family consists of over 70 difference species. The most notable characteristic of the  alocasia is a single leaf that grows from...

The Ultimate Guide for Your Calathea Houseplant

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. T...

Baby Rubber Plant Care: Peperomia obtusifolia

A South American tropical plant, the peperomia obtusifolia is commonly referred to as a ‘Baby Rubber  Plant’ because its growth resembles that of t...

How to Care for Houseplants

Our love for plants doesn't qualify the merits required to take proper care and attention they need. Here is how you can take care of your housepla...

Staghorn Fern: All about Origin, Growth and Care

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...