All over Europe, there are balconies with beautiful, cascading gardens of flowers. Not so in the United States, and I wonder why. It's fairly easy to create such a garden if you choose the right kinds of plants.
This article is about the causes of drooping in prayer plants (Maranta) and how to prevent and fix the problem.
An honest and comprehensive beginner guide to building a garden box (raised bed garden) including materials, mistakes, and step-by-step instructions.
Choosing plants good for the bedroom can be a problem. This article will help you decide whether it's possible or worthwhile and, if the answers are yes, what kinds of plants would work.
How much sunlight do spider plants need? This article is a guide on their sunlight requirements. Read on to find out how you could best replicate the ideal growing environment at home.
You've propagated your plants, and you've decided to sell. So what are they worth?
Find the balance between propagation difficulty and value with these tried-and-true groups.
Propagating the houseplants you already have can be a snap, opening the door to making some money to fund your plant habit, trade with other plant enthusiasts, or even just share the love with friends. Whatever you choose to do with them, here's where to start.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, some food was scarce. People started to see where they might need to consider growing food. I try to grow vegetables and fruits I can't buy in the store. In this article, I'll share how I grow my own food and offer tips for others to do so as well.
This article will break down the "thrill, fill, and spill" method—popularized by "Better Homes and Gardens"—to help you design a great container garden.
Damping off is the scourge of the greenhouse. Even if you don't have a greenhouse, you may lose your seedlings to this disease. With a little care you can prevent this disease from killing your plants.
Living in New Mexico, we are starting to understand that we simply can't grow everything we want in the ground, which is mostly sand. We are learning to appreciate that we can, however, grow just about anything we want in containers of varying sizes. It's fun and easy!
Because who needs another Easter cactus? Introduce some low-maintenance exotic flair into your indoor gardening life and create a truly unique indoor garden.
If you don't have the greenest thumb, try growing a pothos or snake plant. These plants are perfect for the home or office and thrive in any kind of light!