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Intro:If you have ever walked by the floral section in a grocery store on Valentine’s Day, you probably saw an Anthurium. These stunning plants with bright red flowers symbolize hospitality, happiness, and abundance. The flowers on this plant are no flowers at all. They are actually modified leaves! These plants originate from the Andes MountainsContinue reading “Anthurium”
Pilea Peperomioides Intro: Pilea’s are one of the most popular Peperomia plants in the houseplant world today! They sport adorable coin-shaped leaves and bright green hues. These plants are fast growers and low maintenance which makes them perfect for beginner plant parents. Pilea’s originate from the Yunnan province of China and is nicknamed the ChineseContinue reading “Pilea Peperomioides”
The cute Golden Barrel Cactus, also comically known as the Mother-in-law’s cushion, is a beautiful cactus that spots perfectly even spines and a rounded, almost ball-like structure as a young cactus. I often see them used in the yards of water conscious neighbors in their outdoor landscaping. Barrel Cacti grow very slowly so they areContinue reading “Golden Barrel Cactus”
String of Hearts: String of Hearts is one of my favorites! You might also know them by the name Rosary Vine, Chain of Hearts, or Hearts Entangled. This beautiful trainling plant cascades down the side of the pot with long delicate tendrils. The long strands tend to tangle but that adds to the uniqueness ofContinue reading “String of Hearts”
Intro: Aloe Vera is one of those plants that I remember from my childhood. My neighbor had a huge plant he inherited from his mom. I loved that thing! It seemed to be the solution to all life’s ails. Aloe is a succulent with medicinal properties that is cultivated all over the world. Light: SometimesContinue reading “Aloe Vera”
Water is a critical part of life as we know it. All living organisms require water to survive. You and me as well as your houseplants long for water in order to carry out some essential processes in our bodies and stems. Water is used in many different ways but we can narrow it downContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Watering”
This is one of the most common plants I run into as I am out and about, I would say second to the Pothos. These plants are known as Spider plants or Airplane plants. They get this name because the plantlets they produce look like little spiders or planes drifting through the sky. I haveContinue reading “Spider Plant”
Repotting can be a little intimidating but with some practice and a few tips you will be ready to give your green friends a boost! Often we only think of repotting as the thing to do when you find roots coming out of the bottom of your precious plant pot. Repotting can be so muchContinue reading “Repotting 101”
The Fiddle Leaf Fig is a beautiful statement plant that adds dimension to any space. My FLF is in the shape of a tree with all its foliage at the top of its trunk like stem. My sweet husband bought me this plant when we lived in California but we moved not too long afterContinue reading “Fiddle Leaf Fig”
Intro: This cute little plant comes in a wide variety of colors including pink, purple, scarlet, lavender, white, and green speckled leaves. Sometimes this plant is referred to as the freckle face plant because of its spotted appearance. This lovely plant can be grown as ground cover in temperate and warm zones but is veryContinue reading “Polka Dot Plant”
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