When we think of plant care and maintenance, often we think of watering, light levels, fertilizing, maybe even pruning and repotting, too. One aspect of plant care that we sometimes forget about is cleaning your plants’ leaves. Actually, for the longest time I wasn’t cleaning my plants’ leaves a t all! However, it’s an important part of plant care especially for plants with large leaves that tend to collect more dust. In this post we’ll review how to clean houseplant leaves.
Plant Care & Propagation
Owning plants does not always mean Instagram-worthy moments full of bright-green-leafed perfection. Unfortunately, part of being a plant parent is having to diagnose and deal with issues like overwatering, houseplant pests, sunburn, and more. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the most common indoor plant problems and their solutions. And don’t worry, most of the time the problem is very fixable!
Aglaonema silver bay, also known as Chinese evergreen, is known for the striking variegation on its leaves. This plant is insanely easy to care for, making it perfect for beginners. It was one of the first plants I learned how to grow many years ago and that same plant is still going strong to this day. In this post, we’ll learn all about caring for this incredible plant!
If you’re new to the world of owning and caring for houseplants, you may be wondering if you’re “doing it right.” In this post, we’re going to review an overall beginner’s guide to houseplants. Read on to find out about supplies you should have on hand when buying your first plants, basic factors to consider before picking out plants, and plants that are excellent for beginners!
Have you been thinking about building a terrarium but keep getting intimidated by Pinterest-esque, expert designs? Well guess what, creating a terrarium is actually pretty darn easy. The key is that you need do take the time to do it correctly in order to ensure the success of the mini ecosystem that you’re building. The materials are also not expensive and chances are you’ll already have some of them lying around. You may be tempted to take short cuts here, but don’t! Each part of what I’ll discuss in this post is a crucial component of creating the environment that your terrarium needs to thrive.