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Tag: Houseplants

Posted on 01/22/2024
Epipremnum Aureum & Philodendron: What Pet Owners Should Know About These Popular Houseplants
Unfortunately, plants and pets can't always coexist. Many plants have toxic qualities that can harm both animals and humans if ingested. Some of the most popular houseplants, such as epipremnum aureum or pothos, can pose a risk to cats and dogs if not kept well out of reach. To help you choose the best houseplants for your home,...
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Posted on 11/20/2023
Should You Bottom-Water Your Houseplants?
Plant owners have likely encountered the term "bottom watering" concerning houseplant care. The method works by watering your plants using the drainage hole at the bottom rather than pouring water in from the top. There are many benefits to bottom watering, but there are also some downsides worth considering. Here is a basic guide to the pros and...
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Posted on 08/14/2023
How to Grow Night Blooming Jasmine
Night blooming jasmine is a favorite addition to patios, window boxes and trellises for its glossy leaves and sweet-scented flowers. Jasmine can enhance summer nights with its pleasant aroma and grows beautifully in containers or climbing on structures. If you're interested in growing night blooming jasmine yourself, here are some essential care tips to know: Room to Grow...
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Posted on 09/26/2022
Try These Trailing Plants for a Pet-Safe Alternative to Epipremnum Aureum
For some pet owners, hanging plants in baskets is not always enough to keep animals safe from eating them. Trailing plants such as epipremnum aureum and philodendron are beautiful and easy to care for, but toxic to cats and dogs if their vines hang down to nibbling height. Luckily, there are options for non-toxic trailing plants you can...
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Posted on 08/22/2022
How to Display Plant Propagations
If you’re an experienced houseplant owner, you have likely tried propagating from cuttings. Many plants will grow roots if put in water, giving a trimmed off branch potential to be an entirely new plant. While it’s easy enough to use up your own drinking glasses or clear recycling for propagation, there are some trendy ways you can make...
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Posted on 08/08/2022
What You Need to Know About Growing Night Blooming Jasmine Indoors
The night blooming jasmine vine is a popular addition to summer gardens, but also grows successfully indoors. With the right care and conditions, you can enjoy the climbing vines and flowers this plant has to offer in your own home. Here are some key tips for growing night-blooming jasmine indoors: Light Night blooming jasmine prefers indirect bright light...
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Posted on 05/09/2022
Polka Dot Plants & Other Non-Toxic Houseplants to Grow at Home
Growing indoor plants can be incredibly rewarding and enhance the aesthetics of your home. However, it's important to know which plants are safe for every member of your household to be around. While many attractive and popular houseplants are toxic to pets and humans, there are plenty you can grow indoors safely, like polka dot plants. Here are...
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Posted on 11/01/2021
Craft Your Own DIY Concrete Plant Stand
Multi-purpose furnishings are always budget-friendly, especially when you make them yourself. With only a few inexpensive materials you can make a trendy and modern-style concrete stool that doubles as a plant stand. Here is all the information you need to make your very own DIY concrete plant stool. What You’ll Need A bag of concrete mixPlastic bucketWooden dowelStirring...
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