Calatheas have beautiful foliage with many having multicolored patterns. But what causes the leaves of a Calathea plant to curl? Everything from temperatures, improper watering, lighting, too much or not enough. [DETAILS]
Chlorophytum comosum aka Spider plants produce flowers, but they are small in size, greenish-white, or yellow, simple colors, and usually go noticed. Click on this article for tips on spider plant flowers.
Learning to water finicky Dracaena plants – the when and how much water is only the first step. For a healthy plant, consider the type of water too. Click on this article to learn more on watering Dracaena plants.
Dracaena fluoride toxicity comes from fluoride that is an accumulative toxin. Plants cannot get rid of fluoride once it’s absorbed. Too much fluoride can cause toxicity and harm or even kill a plant over time. Click on this article to learn more about fluoride toxicity on Dracaenas.
The spider plant is one of the easiest houseplants to grow and propagate. They are almost foolproof. This houseplant handles neglect well and grows in a wide range of lighting. Click on this article to learn more on how to propagate spider plants.
The leaves of Calathea Zebrina are deep velvet-green with broad parallel bars or stripes in a zebra-like pattern. The stripes extend alongside the veins and from the midvein to the leaf margins. Click on this article for details about Calathea zebrina growing and care.
Spider plants are one of the most popular indoor houseplants. But many are surprised to learn that Chlorophytum comosum is also excellent in outdoor settings as well. Get more details in this article and learn about growing spider plants outdoors.
Several houseplants have become favorites among indoor plant enthusiasts, and Calatheas (prayer plant) have earned their spot in that list. From Calathea Freddie to the beautiful Calathea orbifolia, there are
Hoya pubicalyx is a climbing trellis-loving Hoya vine from the Philippines. This everyday perennial houseplant is a member of the Apocynaceae family of Hoya plants. Hoya pubicalyx (HOY-a pew-bih-KAL-iks) is
Calathea warscewiczii (ka-LAY-thee-uh vark-zeh-wik-ZEE-eye) has been through quite the identity crisis compared to other popular houseplants. Going by the common name Calathea jungle velvet (or just jungle velvet), the plant
Peperomia (pep-per-ROH-mee-uh) Moonlight is a succulent with metallic green, heart-shaped leaves native to South America. Closely related to the plant that graces our kitchen tables with black pepper, Peperomia’s Greek
Calathea orbifolia (ka-LAY-thee-uh or-bee-FOH-lee-uh) is also known as Prayer Plant and is one of the prettiest of the Calathea plant family. Calatheas are members of the Marantaceae or arrowroot family
Dracaena plants are popular and grown indoors and out. Outdoors they are relatively hardy and pest resistant. Indoors Dracaenas are more susceptible to mealybug infestation. If left untreated, these pests
Jade Pothos [jeid] [POH-thos] are popular trailing indoor plants with waxy, heart-shaped leaves. Besides the brilliant green Jade, you’ll find other different types of Pothos plants like Golden Pothos and
Peperomia orba [pep-er-ROH-mee-uh OR-buh], also known as the teardrop peperomia, a tropical plant that does well indoors. Native to Central and South America, peperomias are members of the pepper plant
Spider plants aka Chlorophytum comosum (kloh-roh-FY-tum kom-OH-sum), likely originated in the south and west of Africa. Peter Thunberg, a plant explorer, is said to have brought the Chlorophytum to Europe
Scindapsus Pictus (skin-DAP-sus, PIK-tus), also called Epipremnum Pictum is a flowering species in the plant family Araceae. The popular common pothos is Epipremnum aureum. This evergreen plant is indigenous to Southeast
Calathea Medallion is an indoor foliage plant originating from the New World tropics. Medallion belongs to the Marantaceae family, also called the prayer plant family. Calathea Medallion is a perennial,