Climbers, Vines, And Trailing Plants

Moss Pole DIY: How To Make The Perfect Support In 7 Easy Steps

Maybe you’ve been trying to make do with supporting your ever-growing plants with bamboo canes, bits of twine, or even a mishmash of cocktail sticks.  This is a great temporary fix, but when your plants get really giant, there is one suitable support that will stop your plant hobby from becoming hell.  Enter the moss pole. Without it, large plants … Read More

Hoya Curtisii: Expert Care And Propagation Tips

Hoyas can put some people off as their flowers are so elaborate and beautiful, some people assume that these plants are difficult to care for, but this isn’t the case. They are very easy to grow, and it’s obvious when something in their care or environment is not quite right as the plant gives you clear signs that it’s not … Read More

Philodendron Silver Sword: Complete Care Guide And How To Propagate

Philodendrons are among the most popular houseplants, not just for how easy they are to keep, but also for their beautiful looks, which can vary widely between species. The Philodendron silver sword is particularly beautiful, featuring bold and silvery leaves that contrast well against any other houseplants you might already have.  Not sure if this plant is for you? Here’s … Read More

12 Amazing “String of…” Plants to Add to Your Collection

There’s nothing like trailing houseplants to really add something alive and green and perfect to shelve, windowsills, tops of wardrobes, or anywhere else that could do with all three. Trailing plants are quite easy to take care of provided that you give them the right amount of light, and look absolutely stunning. This is especially true of “string of…” plants, … Read More

Hoya Multiflora: 7 Care Tips On How To Grow The Shooting Star Hoya

The Shooting Star Hoya, botanically known as Hoya multiflora, is one of the most beautiful hoyas you can grow in your home, and that really is saying something. It lives up to its botanical name perfectly, as multiflora means many flowers. More often than not, this plant is producing buds, or it’s already in the middle of a dramatic display … Read More

Where to Cut Pothos to Propagate – Simple Steps

Most foliage houseplants are fairly easy to propagate, and while pothos plants are relatively straightforward when it comes to taking cuttings, there is a trick to getting a fuller plant. The method is the same for any kind of pothos plant, no matter the variety you have, and doesn’t that always make things easier? Let’s get started. Your Plants Will … Read More

Lipstick Plant Propagation: 2 Simple And Effective Methods

Lipstick plants are absolutely beautiful, and it is always a bonus when a striking houseplant is easy to propagate.  No matter what type of lipstick plant you have, whether that’s Aeschynanthus radicans, the curled lipstick plant, or a variegated form, propagation works in the same way. The funny thing is that once you start propagating plants, it is difficult to … Read More

String of Bananas: The Ultimate Care Guide (Curio radicans)

The String of Bananas plant, also known as Curio radicans, and previously classified as Senecio radicans, is a wonderful succulent vine that comes from South Africa, but it is grown all over the world by houseplant enthusiasts. It is a great novelty plant, producing long vines with lots of leaves that look like miniature bananas, hence the name. If you’ve … Read More

How Do You Care For Hoya Linearis? 8 Important Growing Tips

Hoyas are popular houseplants that don’t need a lot of attention in order to thrive, trailing over any hanging pot like a green waterfall, but one that stands out particularly well among the rest is Hoya linearis.  What sets it apart from the rest is its distinctive leaves, which are slender and covered in a soft fuzz, whereas most hoyas … Read More

Monstera Aerial Roots: 7 Common Questions Answered

Monsteras are beautiful plants that set any room off with massive leaves, thick stalks, and huge aerial roots. These roots give a jungle-like, prehistoric look to the plant, but they also have a job to do. But are aerial roots a problem? How do you recognize them? Should you cut them back? Here’s everything you should know. What Are The … Read More

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