As the seasons' change, so do the needs of your houseplants. Winter is a time of dormancy for most houseplants and Fall is the time to ease the plants into that restful period. It is important to make the transition easy for the health and prosperity of your houseplants.
Bre is getting back to her true love PLANTS, by finishing her degree in Botany! Her plant babies are her true passion (apart from those she gave birth to herself) and she feels like there is so much we can learn from nature!
If you've dreamed of having gorgeous, healthy plants gracing your living space but don't have the time to invest in plant care, the Chinese Evergreen is here to make it a reality. This plant needs so little care it is a little mind-boggling.
The foliage varies in color with options like green, white, silver, red, and orange. Chinese Evergreens are slow growers and range in height from 10” to 3-4', depending on the variety.
Think about how incredible it would be to have a peach, avocado tree or ginger. Take more control of your food sources and discover the delight and better quality fruits you will get when growing your own. The best part, it costs practically nothing to do.
A native to West Africa, the fiddle leaf fig has taken the houseplant world by storm. It's tall stature and large, lush leaves make a bold statement. It is revered in minimalist spaces and brings character to any room it is in. Chances are you've seen this plant all over social media since it is so perfectly dramatic and photogenic.
There is a reason air plants have become so popular. Scientifically known as tillandsias, air plants have special cells in their leaves that allow them to soak up the nutrition they need from water and nutrients in the air.