Terrariums. They’re so beautiful yet so intimidating—but they don’t have to be! In this post, I’ll show you 10 closed terrarium plants that are so easy you can almost “set it and forget it” when it comes to your terrarium care.
Plant Care & Propagation
I know what you’re thinking. This is a houseplant website—why the heck am I writing about pineapples? Well, in case you haven’t heard, pineapples are turning into houseplants. Yep, over the past few years, more and more people have started to grow either edible or ornamental pineapple plants indoors. If this has you intrigued, then read on for all you’ll need to know about pineapple care indoors, as well as how to propagate your pineapple plant.
Calathea orbifolia, like other calatheas, has a reputation for being a little bit sassy. However, you might find that its gorgeous, large and impressive leaves really make up for its attitude! Read on to learn all about Calathea orbifolia care and propagation.
The Philodendron Florida Ghost is a fun plant named for its white leaves that resemble little flying ghosts. But don’t worry, this plant is not scary at all! Caring for this beauty is relatively easy. In this post, learn all about Philodendron Florida Ghost care and propagation, plus, how to keep those leaves white as ghosts.
Alocasia Zebrina is a fun houseplant easily recognized for its unique striped stems. Its care is relatively easy, too. In this post, I’ll review everything you need to know about Alocasia Zebrina care and propagation!
Philodendron verrucosum is yet another stunning philodendron species known for its large and impressive heart-shaped leaves. Read on for everything you need to know to successfully care for and propagate Philodendron verrucosum!