Have you ever noticed small little squiggly creatures in your plants’ potting soil? Have a closer look if you have, because they might just be pot worms invading your plant soil. There are many white worms that can be found in the potted soil of your indoor and outdoor potted plants. Some worms in potted …
You know how, in the wild, vining plants with aerial roots grow upwards, climbing along nearby trees and other larger, sturdy plants? The texture of tree bark being so rough, makes for the perfect surface for epiphytic plants to get a proper grip to attach themselves and continue to climb vertically.
The Variegated rubber plant or Ficus elastica variegata, as it’s also known, is used to warm tropical climates as it’s native to South and Southeast Asia. It has beautiful, shiny, colorful leaves that really stand out in your home. The leaves are thick and have an almost rubbery look and feel, which is where it …
It’s the holiday season, and a Christmas tree is a must. This time, why not choose from the variety of container-grown Christmas trees available. Instead of getting a cut tree from the tree lot, get the ultimate eco-friendly tree from your local nursery or garden centre.
Are you a plant collector with a range of indoor plants with different shades of dark green leaves and want to spice things up a bit? Add something different from the usual plants with dark green foliage? Then stay tuned. Today we shall be discussing a range of bright and beautiful red-colored indoor plants ranging …
Have you ever wondered why some plant owners and cultivars add a selection of rocks to the top of their plant pots? Putting rocks on top of potted plants has not only shown to be beneficial to your greens but also adds a lovely modern look to indoor houseplants and even outdoor garden plants.
As a fellow plant lover, you’ll know that adding plants with colorful foliage to your home brings joy and a beautiful decorative effect to your interior design. Plants that are bought from nurseries commonly come in all sorts of green foliage shades. Have you ever considered adding some purple indoor plants to your plant collection?
Crispy wave ferns are attractive plants and are a must-have for any plant enthusiast with a passion for houseplants. Their scientific name is Japanese asplenium nidus. And their bright green foliage is sure to brighten up any corner of your home. Let us have a closer look at crispy wave fern care.
Alocasia cupreas are tropical plants, and they are a real treat for any plant lover! It is admired for its bright, attractive, sizeable heart-shaped leaves. Alocasia cuprea plants are relatively easy plants to care for. However, they are quite picky about their surroundings.
Dieffenbachia species is a tropical plant native to the new world tropics of the Caribbean and South America that has huge, beautifully patterned dark green leaves. Because they are fast-growing and adapted to growing in the shade, they have become popular indoor plants around the world.