Tag: plant care

How to Keep Your Succulents Alive

0 Are you one of those people who hangs their head in shame whenever we tout succulents as the easiest plants to grow? You’re not alone, trust us. Succulents, plants adapted to survive in harsh environments and long periods with very little water, play by their own rule book,...
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15 Brilliant and Easy Plant Care Tips

0 Plant care isn’t always the easiest when you’re unsure of where to start. Once you learn plant care basics and find a routine, you’ll notice all the wonderful benefits of being a plant parent. Research has shown that plants can help you breathe happier and boost your mood just by...
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How to Repot a Plant

0 Do you know when or how to properly repot a plant? Many of us wait until it is bursting out of its pot, pull it out, put it in a new pot, add some soil and hope it grows. Here are a few signs that your plant needs...
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How to Plant a Kitchen Herb Garden

0 Have some extra space in your yard or garden? Plant a fresh and simple herb garden only steps away from the kitchen. Suggested Herbs basil (‘Purple Ruffles’ or ‘Dani’) sage oregano common thyme sweet marjoram lavender rosemary parsley chives cilantro mint Pick a Location Pick the location for...
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8 Reasons Why your Houseplant is Dead

0 No one sets out to kill a houseplant, yet most dead houseplants were killed by kindness. Gardening indoors is an artificial climate and all plants will need a period of adjustment. Expect to see a few leaves drop at first. The best thing you can do for indoor plants is to...
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The Ultimate Guide to Indoor Planting

0 Indoor plants should be an essential component of every interior design. Greenery brightens up indoor spaces and are known to have mood-boosting qualities. Indoor plants are popular because they are relatively easy to take care of, provide health benefits and can be used in a variety of indoor décor...
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How to Keep Your Air Plant Alive

0 When it comes to indoor plant care, air plants are supposed to be some of the easiest. For starters, they don’t even need soil, absorbing water and nutrients through scales on their leaves—in the wild they survive just hanging onto the bark of trees and whatnot, catching whatever bit...
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