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Repotting a Plant
Knowing how to re-pot a houseplant is essential if you want to get the most out of your indoor plants. This is an easy-to-follow guide to the process.
When your once beautiful houseplant begins to have yellow leaves, are you at a loss about why or what to do about it? Here are some clues to help you solve the mystery.
Fungus gnats and their larvae can kill your plants before you even notice they're there. Know what to look for and what to do if you end up with these unwelcome guests.
Propagation by Stem Cuttings
Stem cuttings are the easiest way to get a new plant. Learn how to take good cuttings and get the healthiest roots with this helpful guide.
English Ivy may not be the first plant that comes to mind when you decide you'd like to get a plant for your home, but there are a lot of reasons why it should be. Its easy to care for, has air-scrubbing abilities and a little plant grows a long way.
Peperomias are really interesting foliage plants with fleshy leaves and stems. They are easy to care for and add texture to your interiorscape.
Friendship plant has striking foliage and is great for small spaces such as terrariums or dish gardens. Learn here how to care for it.
This plant makes for a great specimen if you've got lots of space and not a lot of light. What it lacks in flowers, it more than makes up for with its showy purple leaves.
Need a mid-winter breath of fresh air? Cyclamen's sweet scent and brilliant color will make you forget all about the frost outside your door.
Flame Violets are not as well known as their relatives, the African Violets, but have plenty of appeal all their own. Find out here how to care for these attractive plants.
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