Moss Pole

Moss Pole: Your Houseplants Will Thank You

Moss Pole for your Houseplants Moss poles can be used to encourage your plants to grow up instead of down or horizontally. This plant care guide will show you how to use a Moss Pole...
Xanadu Philodendron

Xanadu Philodendron ‘Winterbourn’ Glorious Plants

What is a Xanadu Philodendron Plant? Certainly one of the Top houseplants, with darkish foliage for summer-like glamour, the Xanadu Philodendron sends the highest affirmation.  What other features make it unique? Well, for one, it's a...
Angel Wing Begonia

Angel Wing Begonia Care And Full Information

Angel Wing Begonia The shape of the angel wing begonia's leaves is what makes it so popular. There are many varieties of these houseplants. They come in many sizes and heights. Begonia x coralline is...

Foxglove Plants -Growing And Care Tips

Foxglove Plants - Digitalis Purpurea If your garden needs a little height, foxglove plants are easy to grow. These eye-catching and colorful plants can grow to be over a meter tall and look great in...

Dracaena Plant: 8 Essential Care Tips

Dracaena Squat, with a full head of strappy, green leaves, dracaena is an ideal houseplant. The plant tolerates low light, low humidity, and even temporarily dry soil. With age, dracaena's appearance changes, becoming graceful as starbursts...

Variegated Monstera Deliciosa: 1 Expensive Plant

Variegated Monstera Deliciosa There are 22 species of monstera, but the best known is split-leaf philodendron (Monstera deliciosa), which produces corn-cob-shaped green fruit that tastes like a combination of banana, mango, and pineapple. Monstera's leathery, dark-green...
Hoya Carnosa

Hoya Carnosa: 10 Important Tips For Growing

Hoya Carnosa Popularly known as the wax plant (Hoya carnosa, Heb. Batsheva) or the porcelain flower the hoya has an artificial look. Easy and undemanding by nature, hoyas will grow in most situations except in...
Dischidia Plant

Dischidia – Care and Grow Simple Tips

Dischidia Plant Dischidia are epiphytic plants native to Southeast Asia rainforests and can be hardy by nature, zones 10 and 11 in the U.S, or grown as a houseplant anywhere. These plants are otherwise known as...
Heart Fern

Heart Fern Plant Growing Tips

Heart Fern Plant Information The sweet heartleaf fern (Hemionitis arifolia) is a dainty dwarf fern with bright green leaves on dark stems. Heart leaf ferns were first identified in 1859. They are native to Southeast...
Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox Info Plus 7 Colorful Varieties

Creeping Phlox Creeping phlox is one of the early perennials that springs forth from our gardens. There's a creeping variety for every climate. You can get a good idea of the color by looking at...