Propagation – it’s where we get more plants – to share with others, grow our collection, save from pests and disease, learn about growing, and more. Propagating from seeds, cutting, air-layers all have their own unique tips. Browse through our collection of growing topics on plant propagation.
Beautiful and deadly are two words commonly associated with Brugmansias (broog-MAN-zee-ah), also known as angel’s trumpet. While extinct in the wild, the seven species and three variants have become highly
Brugmansias (broog-MAN-zee-ah) have a reputation for being both beautiful and dangerous (poisonous). The genus consists of seven species and three natural hybrids, which are now all extinct in the wild.
Comprising approximately half of the Araliaceae family, Schefflera has over 600 species hailing from Africa, Asia, and the islands in the Southwest Pacific region. But despite how many different plants
Aglaonema (ag-lay-oh-NEE-muh) is a genus of plants you’ve likely seen multiple times. They are very popular houseplants. They are best known collectively as Chinese evergreens. There are between 21 and
Haworthias, often dubbed as “polka-dotted” or “zebra” plants, are dainty succulent houseplants that are well-loved for their exotic, aloe vera-like appearance and soft, fleshy leaves. They resemble an aloe plant in