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Fiddle Leaf Fig: The Complete Guide

Fiddle Leaf Fig: The Complete Guide

Gareth Roberts September 10th, 2020 21 minute read Specific Plants

The fiddle leaf fig tree has taken the world by storm in recent years, establishing an omnipresence on social media feeds and professional interior design guides alike. If the iconic houseplant is on your homeowner wish list, you're not alone. Before... more »

Everything You Need to Know About Looking After Indoor Plants

Everything You Need to Know About Looking After Indoor Plants

Gareth Roberts July 20th, 2020 22 minute read Indoor Plants

Everything You Need to Know About Looking After Indoor Plants Are you thinking about adding some indoor plants to your home or office? Here’s everything that you need to know about this possibility including the right way to ensure your indoor... more »

10 Best Indoor Plants For Low Light Environments

10 Best Indoor Plants For Low Light Environments

Gareth Roberts June 30th, 2020 14 minute read Indoor Plants

Here is our Selection of the 10 Best Indoor Plants For Low Light Environments Table of Contents Here is our Selection of the 10 Best Indoor Plants For Low Light Environments 1. Lady Palm (Rhapis Excelsa)... more »

Indoor Plants: Trendy or Just a Trend?

Indoor Plants: Trendy or Just a Trend?

Gareth Roberts June 4th, 2020 21 minute read Indoor Plants

Indoor Plants Trend or Just Trendy? Bringing plants into the home is nothing new. It is a practice that has been with us for millennia. But the reasons and motivations for doing so have changed down through the generations. In the early days,... more »

10 Tips for Protecting Your Indoor Plant Shelf from Your Feline Friend

10 Tips for Protecting Your Indoor Plant Shelf from Your Feline Friend

Gareth Roberts October 23rd, 2019 6 minute read Indoor Plants

Have you ever come home from a long day of work to find your brand new indoor plant laying on the floor? Not only is your plant chewed to pieces, but it's a real mess--dirt everywhere, pot smashed, and little dirt paw prints leaving the scene of the... more »

Your Complete Alocasia Care Guide

Your Complete Alocasia Care Guide

Gareth Roberts September 4th, 2019 8 minute read Indoor Plants

Greening the interior of your home has never been more popular. Healthy houseplants add freshness and life to your home and imbue it with a sense of calm. Indoor plants have taken their rightful place as part of the interior décor toolbox of... more »

Taking Care of Your Indoor Aloe Vera Plant (Without Killing It)

Taking Care of Your Indoor Aloe Vera Plant (Without Killing It)

Gareth Roberts August 9th, 2019 6 minute read Specific Plants

How to Take Care of Your Indoor Aloe Vera Plant Aloe vera is a popular indoor plant best known for its health benefits. Early Egypt was one of the first to discover its usefulness, dubbing it as the “plant of immortality” worthy as a... more »

10 Hard to Kill House Plants: A Guide for Those Without a Green Thumb

10 Hard to Kill House Plants: A Guide for Those Without a Green Thumb

Gareth Roberts July 5th, 2019 6 minute read Indoor Plants

10 Hard to Kill House Plants: A Guide for Those Without a Green Thumb House plants can easily become the newest members of our homes. Houseplants make great decorations and they can help to purify the air. But, if we don't have a green thumb then we... more »

Indoor Plants that Repel Mosquitos

Indoor Plants that Repel Mosquitos

Abdur Rashid June 3rd, 2019 8 minute read Indoor Plants

Using Indoor Plants to Repel Mosquitos Mosquito season peaks in summer and nothing ruins a nice time enjoying outdoor activities than a swarm of blood-thirsty mossies gunning for you. We’ve all been there. Just as annoying is trying to relax and... more »

Succulents Native To Australia

Succulents Native To Australia

Gareth Roberts May 7th, 2019 9 minute read Indoor Plants

The Camels Of The Plant World Succulents are sometimes referred to as the camels of the plant world. The reason for this nickname is, of course, because of the ability succulents have to store large amounts of water in their fleshy leaves, stems or... more »