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Tips For Watering Houseplants

Bad watering habits tend to follow a pattern. First, when you’re new with houseplants, people tend to overwater everything, all in the name of “babying my plants.” Then people fail to recognize the differences between their various plants, watering a philodendron the same as an echeveria. Finally, there is the stage of neglect, when houseplants are no longer so Read More…

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Know What’s Wrong With Your Plant

It’s very frustrating to nurture a plant, sometimes from seed, and see it start to wilt away or turn strange colors! Fortunately, Diana Maranhao, author of Rocky Mountain Fruit & Vegetable Gardening shares her guide to diagnosing the problem. It turns out that you’re not the only one that could benefit from some extra nutrients every once Read More…

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7 Beginner Houseplants For Anyone Without A Green Thumb

1. Pothos (or devil’s ivy) They are tough to kill because they actually like to chill in dry soil, so they can withstand infrequent waterings. Like snake plants, pothos don’t need tons of light! They’re great for hanging pots, and don’t need to be pruned — although, they will grow and grow…and grow. How to care: Water sparingly, only Read More…