You may have heard that some plants don’t like tap water and that it can even kill them – which is a bit of a problem for anyone who has a lot of houseplants and wants to water them easily, cheaply, and efficiently. It can be expensive to buy water specifically for your plants, and […]
Plants have very sensitive roots that sometimes get torn at the slightest pull, so what happens if you accidentally rip the roots of your plant or you outright just cut them with scissors? Can a plant regrow its roots?
If your home is too dry, you will struggle to grow tropical or exotic plants, especially if your bathroom doesn’t have sufficient light levels for plants. So, do indoor plants need a humidifier?
If you’ve got lots of plants dotted around your home, or even just a few green friends, you might be wondering whether they’ll benefit from taking little tours of the house.
Do houseplants like to be moved around? Or can moving them often harm them?
If you’re keeping houseplants, you might be looking for the best way to give them a boost, whether they’re sick or healthy; after all, a plant can always grow better and more beautiful!
You may have heard about sugar water as a means of feeding your plant and enhancing its growth, and might be wondering is sugar water good for houseplants?
Many people are divided about the effectiveness of misting, but a lot of people believe it helps, and enjoy spending some extra time with their plants. So, can you mist your plants everyday?
I have caught roaches on my plants when I used to have them in the house, and I heard a few more people having the same problem, so what’s going on?
Do houseplants attract roaches?
Moist surfaces cause mold growth and some houseplants require a humid environment to grow, which begs the question, can indoor plants cause mold?
When was the last time you changed the soil of your indoor plants? How often do indoor plants really need to have their soil changed and does it matter when you do it?
It can be tempting to use it as most of us always have it in our households and we use it for various purposes, from cooking to cleaning to health care, but you remember reading somewhere that it might even help houseplants thrive. Is it true, can I spray houseplants with vinegar?