Welcome to our Touch Me Not plant care guide, (scientific name: Mimosa pudica) aka Sensitive plant, Action plant, Prayer plant, Shame plant or Humble plant, is a fascinating plant. This is mainly due to the feature whereby if you touch it, its leaves fold up immediately.
Do you want to find out more about caring for one of the more popular plants in the gardening world, namely the sontakka plant? Then stay tuned and let us welcome you to a quick guide to making your cultivation life easier.
Welcome to our Dracaena Marginata care guide. The Dracaena marginata is more commonly known as a dragon tree. The origin of its name is from the ancient Greek word drakaina or “female dragon.” The plant has a red resin in the stems, and this is likened to dragon blood. All varietals in the dragon plant …
Welcome dear readers and plant lovers. Today, we’ll be discussing all you need to know about how not to kill your majestic alocasia stingray which is a beautiful plant with an airy stem structure and massive leaves. It will definitely add immense beauty to any plant collection.
Welcome to our Madagascar Palm care guide. Pachypodium lamerei, the Madagascar Palm, or Cactus Palm Tree, is a wonderfully weird-looking hardy plant native to the African island of Madagascar. Although the Madagascar Palm Pachypodium lamerei has a rosette of palm-like green leaves and is covered in sharp spines on its spindly trunk, like a cactus …
Let’s guess, you’re a new begonia grower unsure of the in’s and out’s of growing angel wing begonias? Well, you’ve come to the right place! This article will take you through the basics of begonia cultivation, what to do and what to avoid when handling these pendulous clusters of flowers on your angel wing begonia …
Philodendron Florida Ghost is a tropical evergreen plant with unusual, many-lobed leaves and long, red stems. The Philodendron Florida Ghost has a unique appearance, the leaves are a pale white color when they first appear, later changing to a range of shades of green.
This tropical plant is a lovely indoor pot plant, an aroid from the plant family Araceae, and is a natural climber. Originating from Southern Thailand and Malaysia, it displays rapid growth and requires minimal day-to-day care, which is one of the reasons why Rhaphidophora tetrasperma has begun to grow in popularity over the years.
Did you know that in feng shui, palm plants are thought to bring positive energy and luck? They also represent life and fertility and other generally good things. Palm trees are a popular houseplant, and easy to grow — you don’t have to be a master gardener to grow a palm tree.
Are you dreaming of decorating your office with lush green plants, but don’t have windows in your space? The good news is there are myriad best plants for an office with no windows that will thrive in artificial light. Plants need sunlight to photosynthesize, produce flowers for their overall health.