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Ficus

Ficus

  Ficus Ficus are getting their moment in the proverbial sun with the current love affair with the Fiddle Leaf Fig. Different types of ficus have been popular for as long as people have been keeping houseplants. The ficus species which produce fruit are closely...
Orchid Phalaenopsis Care

Orchid Phalaenopsis Care

Orchid Phalaenopsis The Phalaenopsis will bloom at least once a year with blooms lasting from 2-4 months. In some cases, your plant may bloom more often. Temperature: 50°-70° at night. 70°-85° during the day. Light: Low light conditions in summer. In fall, move to a...
Indoor Plant Troubleshooter

Indoor Plant Troubleshooter

How can you tell if you are overwatering or underwatering? These two separate problems can look the same, but with a closer look, you’ll see the difference. Yellowing leaves are usually the first sign of under or overwatering, but there are more subtle clues. Signs of...
Starting Your Houseplant Journey

Starting Your Houseplant Journey

Starting your journey as a houseplant parent should begin with success. This requires selecting the right plants to start your indoor jungle. If you ask any houseplant lover for their top five easiest plants you will get many answers, but there are a few plants that...
Are Gnats Bugging Your Plants?

Are Gnats Bugging Your Plants?

Your plants are all safely indoors and one of your worst nightmares has come to life. It began with one; it flew past your face and you tried to ignore it. Suddenly, they were everywhere.You have fungus gnats.There is no shame in having to deal with this invasion; we...
Getting Your Houseplants Through Fall

Getting Your Houseplants Through Fall

Growing houseplants in the Northeast comes with its own set of demands each season. Regardless of whether your plants go outdoors or not, you will have several challenges that are specific to our region. All indoor plants are currently adjusting to lower light levels,...