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Houseplants offer a splash of color and life into your homes and offices. They also help with air purification and can be the topic of conversation when your friends visit.
Most of the times, houseplants are easy to take care of. They range from orchids to succulents to other evergreen plants that are capable of surviving in indoor conditions. That being said, proper care is needed because they are not being grown in their natural outdoor environment.
Proper watering, fertilization, sun, soil, and temperature are essential to their survival. Too frequently overwatering or underwatering will lead the to demise of your plant.
Below you will find all our articles on taking care of your houseplants to make sure you have a healthy and beautiful indoor plant!
Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Laurentii’ – Complete GuideSansevieria trifasciata laurentii, also known as the variegated snake plant, is a low maintenance, beautiful houseplant. With its deep green leaves with sharp points, it acts as a wonderful accent and is the perfect centerpiece. Learn what you need to know to be successful in raising it.
Devil’s Ivy Care GuideDevil's Ivy is a fast-growing, tropical vine that will fill your home with color and life. Its lush foliage and ease of care makes it the perfect vine to raise inside. Learn how to care for it in our guide with practical tips including instructions on how to propagate it!
Beautiful Blue and Purple String of PearlsEver hear about blue string of pearl plants? If you're looking to buy one, you'll want to read this article before you do so. String of pearls can be magnificent flowing plants, but you don't want to make a vital mistake!
How to Care for a Paddle PlantPaddle plants are succulents that are native to South Africa, but make wonderful additions as houseplants. They have vivid colors and unique paddle-like leaves. Learn how to maintain one!
String of Dolphins CareString of dolphins, or senecio peregrinus, have leaves that are known for their dolphin-like shape. Their flowing nature is beautiful when situated as a centerpiece or showcased in a hanging basket. Learn how to help your string of dolphins flourish.
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About the author: Carley Miller is a horticultural expert at TheGreenPinky. She previously owned a landscaping business for 25 years and worked at a local garden center for 10 years.