The speed with which a succulent grows is a product of plant variety, soil quality, watering, nutrition availability, lighting, and root health. Succulents grow faster in their growing season, whether …
The Philodendron billietiae plant likes bright indirect sunlight. Avoid scheduled watering,Use a well-drained potting mix that’s rich in organic materials
A favorite houseplant, the pothos is a low-light, dry-root-loving plant. The marble queen is variegated and needs some additional light. Compared to plants with plain green leaves, variegated plants have …
Leafy plants do the best grown hydroponically, this does not mean other vegetables don’t do well. Most vegetables, herbs and fruit can be grown
Chlorosis, the abnormal yellowing of leaf tissue, typically begins as lighter green tissue between darker green leaf veins. Chlorotic leaves are more vulnerable to leaf diseases and burning. If left untreated, the afflicted plant may die from chlorosis or its cause.
The Philodendron Melanochrysum, a medium grower, is light sensitive, Requires well-draining soil, It’s a heavy feeder needs temps above 53 °F (12 °C).
Scindapsus Treubii Moonlight requires well-draining soil, indirect light, 50 – 60% humidity, and temperatures around 72 °F (22 °C) to flourish.
To care for Philodendron Splendid, give temps of 65 – 75˚F 18 – 24˚C. Provide good free-draining soil, bright indirect light, and balanced nutrients.
To keep the Aglaonema Pictum Tricolor Vibrant you must avoid compacted soil, overwatering, and provide medium light, temps of 60 to 85 °F and 60% Humidity.
Dracaena fragrans is a popular houseplant, a slow-growing, broadleaf, evergreen shrub native to tropical Africa. requires free draining soil, temps 60 – 85˚F and 50% Humidity