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In South Africa, proteas grow near the coast in the mountains, so they prefer lots of sun and air flowing around them. Do not plant your proteas close to a wall or in a densely grown garden bed where the air will not flow freely, or in partial or full shade. They need full sun most of the day and like windy areas.
Do you have a ZZ plant at home and are wondering if it is toxic for your pets and kids? The good news is that this plant is not considered to be highly toxic, but it should still be kept away from children and pets. These plants produce toxins in the leaves that can irritate their skin, so it's best to ensure that your family and furry friends are safe by keeping them out of reach. Take precautions now to keep your loved ones safe!
Are you looking for a unique flowering plant to add to your home? The begonia melanobullata is the perfect choice! Its small, dark-colored leaves and bright pink flowers create an eye-catching contrast. With just the right conditions, this exotic beauty can thrive in any home. Read about these begonias in our blog post on how to care for them.
Dracaena houseplants are a great way to add color and life to any room in the home. Not only do they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, but they’re also easy to maintain, making them ideal for novice gardeners and experienced greenhouse owners alike. Discover how you can bring Dracaena plants into your home today by reading our blog post on the different types of Dracaena plants you can grow in your house.
Garden soil vs potting soil: What’s the difference and why does it matter? There are a ton of different soil mixes you can use when gardening so how do you know which one is the best fit for your garden? Find out here what ingredients are typically found in both garden soil and potting soil. Learn which soil to use for specific garden projects.
Pets can be curious and get into places they shouldn't, especially when it comes to our beloved plants. It's important for pet parents to stay aware of the dangers that some plants can pose for their furry friends. Learn which plants are toxic and keep them out of reach to ensure the safety of your pets. Read on for more tips on how you can keep your plants safe at home.
Propagating prayer plants is an easy and fun way to get more lush, leafy greens in your home or garden. Pruning the plant's stolons (runners) and replanting them can give you multiple new plants with great success rates. If you're interested in growing some easy-to-care-for prayer plants that won't break the bank, give propagation a try! Check out our blog post for all the tips and tricks you need to propagate your own prayer plants.
When planting your succulents outdoors, choose a sunny position where your succulents will receive direct sunlight for a large portion of the day. If you move a succulent from a shady spot to full sun, you will quickly see a change. The colour will be enhanced, or it can even completely change.
Powdery mildew is extremely common in home gardens, and despite being tough little plants, even chrysanthemums are sometimes plagued by this fungal pathogen. Learn how to identify and get rid of powdery mildew on your chrysanthemums using natural methods on Gardener's Path. #chrysanthemum #powderymildew #gardenerspath
Grow and maintain a lush, healthy Philodendron cordatum with these essential care tips. Learn how to give your heart-leaf philodendron the perfect environment, from light and water management to fertilizing and pruning tips. Get all the information you need to care for your Philodendron plant in our blog post.
Graptopetalum succulents are a special type of ghost plant that make great additions to any garden. With their unique, silvery foliage and robust growth, these beautiful succulents are sure to bring life and vitality to any outdoor or indoor space. Find out more about graptopetalum succulents and how you can add them to your garden in our blog post on the various types of graptopetalum succulents.
The Monstera Siltepecana (Silver Monstera) is a beautiful, unique houseplant that stands out with its unique foliage and easy-care nature. With the proper light, humidity, and soil drainage, your Silver Monstera will remain healthy and show off its stunning variegated leaves. To give your plant the best chance at thriving in your home, make sure to care for it properly and keep an eye out for common problems. So read our blog post on how to nurture Silver Monstera plants.
Looking for a way to add some color and life to your indoor spaces? Check out our list of purple plants that are perfect for adding some coolness (and color!) to any room. From dark purple leaves to cool purple flowers, we've got you covered. Plus, we break down how to care for each plant so you can keep them looking their best all year long. 💜 Purple plants // purple leaf plants // purple plants and flowers // cool plants // unique plants
If you've been wanting to start your own succulent garden but don't know where to start, Echeveria succulents are a great choice! They're easy to maintain, come in a variety of shapes and colors, and look beautiful displayed together. Find out more about these gorgeous plants with our beginner's guide to Echeveria varieties. In this blog post, get ready to explore the varieties of echeveria succulents!
String of Turtles: 7 Crucial Care Tips - Peperomia prostrata, commonly known as String of Turtles, is a delightful, easy to care for species in the Peperomia genus. Some other common names include Turtle Vine, Chain of Turtles, and Jade Necklace. This native of Ecuador is a trailing species with small, round and succulent leaves and is a perfect plant for smaller spaces. Click here to learn all about how to care for this dainty species!
Are you wondering if you can eat Kalanchoe plants or not? Kalanchoe is an edible succulent that is grown widely for ornamental and medicinal purposes. This type of plant contains a small amount of toxic compounds and should be consumed in moderation. Learn more about the safety of eating Kalanchoe plants and all their benefits now!
Air plants make perfect indoor plants as they are highly adaptable and quite enjoy the conditions of a domesticated lifestyle. Air plants are generally low maintenance and can survive, and even thrive, without being planted into a soil mix or a traditional growing substrate. Read our blog to know more about how to keep your air plants happy.
For the plant lover looking to add a little color and texture to their home, you can't go wrong with anthurium plants! With their bold red or pink blooms and lush green foliage, these flowering plants make a beautiful addition to any space. And with such a wide variety of types of anthuriums available, you'll be sure to find the perfect one for your home! Check out our blog post on different types of anthurium plants and start adding some beauty to your living space!
Not all plants are safe for your home. Make sure you choose house plants that are non-toxic and safe for ALL the members of your family- your kids, dogs, cats, etc. This list includes 14 great options for indoor plants that everyone can enjoy as well as their benefits to your home environment. Tap now to find what's right for you! Non-toxic indoor plants // easy indoor plants non toxic // indoor house plants non toxic // non toxic plants for cats and dogs