Plants

How to take care of banana plant

Banana Plant Care Guide

There are plenty of banana tree varieties to grow, depending on your growing zone. All of these are sub species of the genus Musa. Though you might think of them as a tree, similar to most other fruit trees, in reality, it’s a herbaceous plant. It’s not a tree because it does not have a woody stem. Tree or not, you’ll love having this wonderfully unique addition to your garden.

Squirrels in your garden

Squirrels in the Garden: the Good & the Bad

Squirrels perch adorably on that fine fence line between entertainment and nuisance. While a welcome sight for many, many gardeners will already be aware of the trail of subtle destruction squirrels leave behind. Today, we’re exposing the garden squirrel. We’ll look at its good and bad side, examining all angles and figuring out why they do what they do – let’s get to it!

caring for clippings and cuttings

How to Take Care of Plant Clippings & Cuttings

Propagating your plants can be a rewarding experience if done right. So, in this article, we’re going to learn the right way to take care of your plant’s clipping and cuttings! With the right care, attention, and following a few tried and tested steps (outlined above), you can ensure your little cuttings and clippings reach their full potential.

Taking Care of Rubber Tree

Rubber Tree Care Guide

The rubber tree, or Ficus elastica, is a popular indoor plant with glossy green leaves and purifying the air. These trees are known for their easy care and ability to thrive in various conditions, making them perfect for novice gardeners or people who don’t have much time to devote to their plants. This guide will help you know how to choose the right type of rubber tree for your needs, where to place it in your house or office and what care instructions you should follow so that it grows strong and healthy.

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Best DIY Greenhouse Projects

A well-made greenhouse is at the top of every avid gardener’s list of priorities. By maintaining warmth and humidity levels, you can encourage plants to grow, enriching the life in your garden. Fortunately, greenhouses aren’t a one size fits all scenario. There are multiple variations of greenhouses, and by trying a DIY greenhouse project, you can create the perfect outdoor space for your garden and lifestyle. In this blog post, we’re sharing our top DIY greenhouse projects and how you can best utilise this space.

How to start a hydroponic garden

How to Start a Hydroponic Garden

Hydroponic is a type of gardening where instead of soil, a solution of nutrients and water is used to grow plants. In a hydroponic system, you can grow plants and vegetables much faster as compared to growing them outdoors in soil. Moreover, this system can be used around the year; plants grown in this system usually yield more, require less space, and use less water as compared to conventional outdoor gardening. 

Taking care of Dracaena

Snake Plant Care Guide

Dracaena trifasciata is one of the most well-known and hardy indoor plants. They are easy to grow and are very strong. Plants thrive in bright sunlight or dark corners of your house. Snake plants get a lot of sunlight if they get a few hours of it. It is best to repot snake plants in the spring.

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Best Indoor Plants for Apartments

You may be considering a new look for your home. One of the best ways to do this is to add some fresh plants. But, if you live in a small space, like an apartment, or feel like you may not have the time to look after them, don’t worry. Most indoor apartment plants require minimal care and won’t need as much time and attention as outdoor ones. Even if you are a newbie to plant caretaking, plenty of plant options will only need basic care. 

Care Guide Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera Care Guide

The aloe vera plant is an easy-to-grow succulent that is a wonderful indoor companion. Applied externally, the juice from the leaves of aloe vera plants helps alleviate the pain of cuts, burns, and other skin injuries. In this guide, you’ll learn how to cultivate and care for aloe vera in your own house!

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