propagating Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera Propagation

Aloe Veras are the first-love of any succulent enthusiast. These quirky-looking succulents are easy to care, and make an ideal companion for beginner succulent gardeners. Aloes help in air purification, make ideal skincare partners and offer many medicinal properties. Aloe Vera Propagation is very easy and can save you time, effort and money while getting you lots of new baby plants! 

propagate calathea

Calathea Plant Propagation

Calathea plants are beautiful. The flowers of these plants look like insects. They are very exotic in appearance and make a great addition to any home or office. These plants are relatively easy to propagate. Calathea is a tropical plant that many gardeners love. This plant is a trendy indoor plant used in homes and offices. It is also used as a decorative plant in gardens. This plant is not hard to grow and propagate, and the seeds do not require any special treatment. Here we look at the different propagation methods that you can use to propagate your Calathea.

Taking Care of Grape Plants

Grape Plant Care Guide

Grape plants are delicious additions to your garden, but they are also very delicate. This blog will give you some tips on how to take care of the plants and make sure that they stay healthy and you get lots of grapes.

take care of orchids

Orchids Plant Care Guide

Large, long-lasting blooms and bright colors make orchids one of the most attractive flowers in the world. White, pink, magenta, purple, and yellow are some of the colors that they come in. If you possess an orchid or are planning to give one as a gift, you should be aware of the special care it takes. Learn how to care for orchids by reading our tutorial. Whether it’s soil guidance or irrigation instructions, we’ve got you covered.

DIY compost

Backyard Composting for Beginners

Whether you’re looking to reduce your kitchen or yard waste, or your want to create a nutrient rich amendment to guarantee a bountiful harvest from this year’s garden, learning how to compost in your backyard is an incredible tool to add to your DIY arsenal.  And while it may seem intimidating at first, composting at home is simple and easy to master if you understand a few basic tips.

Heath Wave

How to Protect Your Plants from a Heatwave

Heatwaves come and go, but that doesn’t mean your plants also have to. As temperatures soar beyond 90°F, most plants start to suffer. Out of their comfort zone of 55-85°F, the typical signs of weather damage begin to show. Generally, heat stress presents itself primarily as wilting, showing that water loss has taken place as leaves turn crunchy brown before dying. But your plant will cry for help in more ways than one. 

Cold Frame Gardening

6 Smart Tips for Successful Cold Frame Gardening

A cold frame is simply a box covered with a clear top, and the size of the container can be as large or as small as space permits. And while it may look like a miniature greenhouse, the main distinction is that a cold frame is not heated. Instead, the clear top on the cold frame captures free energy from the sun, nourishing the plants inside it, allowing them to survive their winter dormancy and giving tiny seedlings a fighting chance in harsh conditions.

Propagate Monstera Deliciosa

Monstera Deliciosa Propagation

Monstera Deliciosa, also called Swiss cheese plant, is a beautiful houseplant and doesn’t take much hard work to keep alive. Big showy, dark green leaves, reaching up to 1 meter in length, makes it a popular choice for home interiors. But do you want to know the best part? It’s easy to propagate! Gardeners of all skill levels can do it easily, especially once they are done reading this guide. So if you love having it around, you can make more of them! 

Taking care of lipstick plant

Lipstick Plant Care Guide

ddition to any home. As long as you give it the ideal conditions it asks for, the plant will continue giving you eye-catching blooms. The red flowers emerging from dark-colored tubes gives it the appearance of a lipstick, which is where it gets its name from. 

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