Common ivy, also known as English ivy, European ivy, or Hedera helix (its scientific name) is most often thought of as an aggressive-growing outdoor plant. However, it also makes an excellent (and easy) houseplant! In this post, I’ll review common ivy care and propagation.
Parlor palms (also known as Chamaedorea elegans or Neanthe bella palm) are the very common indoor palms you find sitting in the corners of people’s living rooms all around the world. While they might seem a bit plain at first glance, this majestic, low-light palm shouldn’t be brushed off! In this post, I’ll explain how easy parlor palm care is and review how to propagate parlor palms, too.
So I’ve been on a string-of-[insert plant name here] kick recently. Last week I wrote about string of hearts care. This week I want to write about another awesome plant—string of pearls! Read on for an easy string of pearls care and propagation guide.
String of hearts, also commonly known as chain of hearts, rosary vine, hearts on a string, and Ceropegia woodii (its scientific name), is an easy-to-grow trailing vine that is loved by many in the houseplant community. In this post, I’ll review string of hearts care as well as how to propagate string of hearts.
Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, also known as the “mini monstera,” is a fast-growing, easy-to-care-for climbing vine. In this post, I’ll review Rhaphidophora tetrasperma care and propagation.
There’s no way around it—calatheas have a bit of an attitude and can be tricky plants, but the payoff of their beautiful foliage is well worth it! In this post, I’ll review a complete guide to calathea care as well as calathea propagation.