Perfect Houseplants Your Gardner Will Appreciate. Not everybody has a green thumb for the perfect houseplants. But having a brown or even black thumb doesn’t mean you have to give up on having plants. It simply means you have to
Although California’s drought has been lifted, it is still somewhat a concern for everyone. Outdoor gardeners have been asked to do their part for a long time, and they are helping by getting rid of their thirsty lawns and other
It’s no secret that Americans spend a lot of their time indoors, but exactly how much? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, it’s about ninety percent. Really now, ninety percent? Let’s take a look at where we must spend it.
Flowers and more that will make you scream! When we think of Halloween, we typically think of ghouls, ghosts, goblins and other freaky entities or animals. It’s easy to forget that creepy foliage exists as well! If you’re trying to
Looking for something fun to do with the family during the holiday break? We have a treat for you! You don’t need fancy containers—or soil—to enjoy beautiful houseplants or even an indoor herb garden all year long. Step 1—Pick your
The earth has more than 80,000 species of edible plants. If you’re ever in the mood to try something new, the good news is that there is certainly food you haven’t tasted yet still growing somewhere in the world. You’ll probably have
In fall, brilliant yellows, reds, and oranges dot the landscape, enticing us to bring that same look indoors. While branches of autumn leaves make wonderful short-lived arrangements, you can have sensational long-lasting color with a host of houseplants. Put together
From frilly fronds to big, bold, brightly colored leaves, foliage houseplants set the tone in any room. Choose from the selection of attractive tropical beauties described here to dress up your home. Iron-Cross Begonia Wondering where this plant got its
1. The earth has more than 80,000 species of edible plants. If you’re ever in the mood to try something new, the good news is that there is certainly food you haven’t tasted yet still growing somewhere in the world.
Autumn is one of the most critical times of the entire year for houseplants. Because it is at this time of year that thermostats are turned-up and the air simply becomes too hot and dry for most tropical houseplants. But,
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air quality is one of the top five risks to public health. This is a result of home products made with toxic chemicals, such as vinyl flooring and air fresheners. If you
No plant is indestructible. However, there are a few that can’t be beat for their tolerance of light abnormalities, lack or abundance of water, and humidity fluctuations. If you want easy success with house plants we recommend these power players: