Oxalis Triangularis – Purple Shamrocks

Oxalis Triangularis – How to Grow & Care Purple Shamrock Oxalis triangularis are often named as “purple shamrocks”, but I like to call them “The Butterfly Plant”. The plant’s history is often traced back to St. Patrick, who held a similar plant and used the three leaves to clarify the concept of the Almighty to

Pilea Peperomioides-Chinese Money Plant

Pilea Peperomioides are known for their green, coin-shaped leaves commonly known as the Chinese money plant. They grow well in dry conditions, which can adapt pretty well into low light conditions, and are grows fast, making them low-maintenance plants. This plant is highly recommended for beginners. A healthy and happy Pilea will sprout tiny “pups”

Croton Plant – Codiaeum Variegatum

Croton plants (Codiaeum variegatum) are incredibly varied plants that are often grown as an outdoor plant. But in reality, if you know to care properly for a croton plant properly, it can make for a resilient and hard-to-kill indoor plant. Croton Indoor Plant The croton plant is often grown outdoors in tropical climates, but also

How To Take Care Of A Peperomia Plant

Family: Piperaceae Botanical Name: Peperomia obtusifolia Native: South American rainforests Peperomia’s are incredibly easy-going, low-care houseplants–great for beginners! Peperomia plants are normally small, rarely growing more than 12 inches in height in the indoor setting, making them ideal for small containers, balconies or small indoor spaces. They may look and behave like succulents, but they’re not! Peperomia

Philodendron Xanadu – Know and Care

Philodendron Winterbourn is commonly known as Xanadu or cut-leaf philodendron  This plant is native to Brazil but is widely cultivated as a landscape plant in tropical, subtropical, and warm temperate climates. It is a plant with shiny green leathery leaves, each with multiple lobes. As we know philodendrons are mostly climbers. But, unlike other philodendron,

When To Water Your Houseplants?

Watering needs vary looking forward to conditions in each room of your house. Consider light, temperature, vents, humidity, and distance from windows. Houseplants in additional light or higher temperatures might have more water than others. Position plants aloof from heating and air-conditioning vents. Proper watering is very important Proper watering is one of the foremost

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