Growing A Spineless Yucca Indoors

The Spineless Yucca, sometimes known as Yucca elephantipes, but botanically known as Yucca gigantea, makes a great statement in any home, though it’s more commonly grown as an outdoor plant. It’s not difficult to care for indoors, but there are a few things that you should keep in mind to get the best out of this plant, as well as … Read More

The English Lavender Plant: How To Care For Lavandula Angustifolia

Lavandula angustifolia, better known as English Lavender, is a wonderful herbaceous perennial that graces many gardens across the world. It’s not hard to see why, as it produces fabulous purple flowers, attracting all sorts of beneficial pollinators to your garden, it smells amazing and produces a somewhat calming effect, and you can use the dried leaves for all sorts of … Read More

Calathea Vittata Care Tips You Should Know

All Calathea plants are beautiful, but there is something special about the particularly rare ones, such as Calathea vittata. While Calathea vittata is not a beginner plant by any means, the extra care you might need to take to keep this plant happy is very much worth it, as it is one of the most striking plants within the genus. … Read More

How To Care For Peperomia Orba

Peperomia orba is a relatively undemanding plant that makes a big statement in any room.  It also helps that it stays fairly compact, making it perfect for smaller rooms, or, if you have a big plant collection, just one more won’t make that much difference, especially if it’s Peperomia orba. This plant features cheery green teardrop-shaped foliage and will branch … Read More

Philodendron Pedatum: The Perfect Plant For Lush Foliage

Sometimes known as the Oak Leaf Philodendron, Philodendron pedatum is a striking aroid grown across the world as a coveted houseplant for its unusual leaves. As the common name suggests, the leaves feature large lobes as they mature, though they start with oblong leaves, the foliage soon splits, creating a striking jungle vibe in any room. Interested in growing your … Read More

Propagating Alocasia | Full Alocasia Propagation Guide

The one downside to growing Alocasia plants is that you can’t propagate them via stem cuttings or leaf cuttings, which, in a perfect world, would create a houseplant jungle of Alocasias in no time. But that doesn’t mean to say that growing new Alocasias through propagation is impossible, you just have to do it a little differently. The best way … Read More

Ravenea Rivularis: How To Care For The Majesty Palm Plant

One of the most elegant palms you can grow indoors or outdoors, the Majesty Palm, also known botanically as Ravenea rivularis, is a fabulous plant with long fronds that will soften any space. But it is a slow-growing plant, and if you’re not the most patient person, you may want to start off growing an older specimen to skip some … Read More

Alocasia Black Velvet: How To Grow And Plant Care

Alocasia Black Velvet is a houseplant classic for a reason: it’s one of the most beautiful, near-black foliage plants you can grow. It instantly steals the attention from other houseplants, making a dramatic focal point that you won’t regret caring for. It also helps that this plant is simple to grow, even if you’re a beginner when it comes to … Read More

Cryptanthus | Earth Star Bromeliad Care And Info

Bromeliads are unusual plants from the get-go: some look like they should belong on another planet, and their care needs can be wildly different from the tropical leafy houseplants you’re used to caring for. One of the most interesting-looking bromeliad species is Cryptanthus, also known as the Earth Star Bromeliad. But it can be fussy when it comes to its … Read More

The Wondrous Variety Of The Indoor Cactus

If you feel you have a black thumb, and you’re always letting your houseplants get too dry, leaving them for weeks without water, there is a solution. The trick is to pick the right kind of houseplants that suits how much time you have, and what you tend to do to your plants, whether that’s leaving them to their own … Read More