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Our Master Guide to Indoor Plant Care

Plants are a lovely addition to any home. A little greenery here and there can bring even the blandest indoor space to life! But just like any other living being, plants have their needs, and these needs vary depending on the species and living conditions. So, what should you do if you want to populate your home with houseplants even though you were not born with a green thumb?

This collection of plant care articles is a great place to start. Scroll down and click on the subject that interests you the most - we cover everything from choosing potting mix and planters to several articles on specific plant recommendations.
The following plant varieties are a real godsend for those who want to freshen up their homes, even if there’s a lack of light. The reason for this is that these plants tend to do extremely well in low-lit or darkened rooms. These plants don’t have beautiful flowers, but they have pretty leaves!

Along with water and light, many houseplants also prefer to have a nice bit of humidity in their environment. Some plants absorb water through their leaves. In colder and drier climates, you’ll need to help your houseplants out with some added humidity.

Here you’ll find a few techniques that can help you raise the humidity for your plants.

As wonderful as indoor plants are, they, too, have to endure several challenges of the various seasons. The winter months, in particular, can be pretty tough on them as lower light levels, shorter days, dry air, and chilly temperatures can really put pressure on them. This is the time when you have to be extra mindful of how to look after and nurture your houseplants.
Just like any other living organism, plants get sick, too. If you have a garden or a significant number of indoor plants, dealing with such ailments is practically inevitable. Learn to diagnose and deal with 10 widespread plant diseases and how to prevent them from spreading through your outdoor or indoor garden.

It’s important to know that some common plant varieties that are praised for their easy care and beautiful looks happen to be hazardous for small children and pets. If this is a relevant concern for you, it’s important to be aware of the varieties that are toxic and re-adjust your buy list.

To our beloved little ones and dearest pets, touching and tasting things is second nature, even if that means munching on your precious philodendron. Unfortunately, many houseplants contain toxic substances. For this reason, we’ve created a list of houseplants that are also non-toxic for pets and kids.
There’s a multitude of houseplants that thrive on shelves. Both smaller plants and trailing plants will look beautiful when displayed on a bookshelf. But not every plant will be able to survive on a bookshelf. When compiling our list of recommended plants, we’ve considered lighting, size, and growth type.
Repotting a plant is essential from time to time. It allows your plant to grow bigger and be healthy and beautiful. Which pots should you choose for your houseplant? How do you know that it’s time to repot your houseplant? We answer all of your plant repotting questions in this article.

How to Pick the Liveliest Houseplants at the Garden Center

How do you know that the plant you’re buying is healthy? How do you know that the plant will not die in your home in a matter of weeks or months? A lot of your plant growing success boils down to shopping for the healthiest plants, and here’s how you do just that.
There’s nothing better than making new baby plants from your existing plant collection. It allows you to expand your indoor and outdoor garden without spending a dime on new plants. Ready to start growing your plant collection? Here are the easiest methods you should try.

So you’ve booked your flight, packed your bags, and you’re ready for adventures. But what about your indoor garden? Who will take care of your prized plants while you’re out of town? In this article, we’ll give you detailed tips to ensure your plants are alive and well while you’re traveling.


Most houseplants are extremely resilient to inhabitable conditions. Even when you forget to water the plant once or twice, leave it under the scorching sun, and it loses nearly all of its leaves, you may still be able to revive it. Want to try and resuscitate a dried-out plant? Here’s your step-by-step guide.


Gardening soil can make or break a houseplant, which is why experts know their potting soil like the back of their hands. The rest of us pick up a bag of “all-purpose soil mix” at the garden center and call it a day. Let this guide be a shortcut that will let you tap into all that gardening knowledge and understand your plants’ needs better.

Some Japanese bonsai trees have well outlived their owners. Surviving for centuries, these miniature trees have been passed down from generation to generation. And they’re not alone. With good care, many ordinary houseplants can live for well over a decade. Curious to find out the estimated life expectancy of your plants?
Time and again, you may be tempted by the colorful leaves, trendiness, or cute appearance of a plant and purchase it, only to watch the plant die in a matter of weeks or days. Don’t feel guilty if you acquire one of these houseplants, but it quickly dies. These 12 plants are just pretty hard to grow indoors. 
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