Choosing the right houseplants will rid your home or office of harmful toxins. Certain plants have the ability to purify the air and with NASA backing up this fact, here are my top 10 plus more tips.
Mason jars can be used for plenty of different crafts, and if you use them right, you can even use them for indoor plants. They make the cutest little homes for my succulents.
The jade plant is a beautiful, lush, indoor succulent that stays green all year round. With a few simple tips, anyone can have a thriving jade plant for years to come.
If cared for properly, the Bonsai tree can be arguably one of the most beautiful house plants in the world. Follow these simple steps to properly care for your tree to ensure decades of beauty.
If you are new to houseplants, buy one that is inexpensive and does not require a lot of care. Here is what to look for in a new plant and how to take care of it when you get it home.
Growing eucalyptus is easy as far as houseplants go. It is a great addition to the home first-aid kit. Learn how to grow it from seed and enjoy the benefits of this awesome tree from Australia.
Many first time renters are uncomfortable with houseplants, although they long to have them. Using them for decor is one thing, but how do you care for them, especially watering?
Carnivorous plants have specialized growing requirements and interesting eating habits. Here is basic information on growing these bug-eating plants.
Learn how to build and maintain a plant terrarium in 7 easy steps. Includes a list of appropriate terrarium plants, how to choose the container and environment, and how to plant and maintain your terrarium. Lots of tips!
If you are looking for a low-maintenance plant that can double as something useful in your home, the Aloe Vera plant may just be the plant for you.
Lower the cost and reduce the hassle of filling seasonal containers by reusing last year’s potting soil. To minimize risk to your plants and maximize the effectiveness of used soil, follow these recycling tips.
Share your space with a slice of Egypt by growing papyrus as a houseplant. This is the perfect choice for comfort during winter blahs.
Be aware of weather changes when caring for indoor plants. Rising temperatures outside can cause adverse reactions to plants inside. Don't assume indoor plants need more water just because it's summer. These simple tips I follow will keep your plants healthy during the hottest days of the year.
See the top 8 plants we have selected to be the absolute best options to grow in any office. Many of these plants offer health benefits and will even prosper in low-light environments!
Moth Orchid or Phalaenopsis is an easy to grow houseplant that is inexpensive and easy to find. Flowers are long lived, lasting over a month. With proper care, get your Phal to thrive and rebloom