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30 Low-Light Indoor Plants That Thrive in Near Darkness

These low-light houseplants thrive without direct sunlight, so now you can have a touch of Mother Nature in every corner of your home.

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6 ways to make the spider plants grow faster?

The spider plant is amongst the most beautiful plants to grow, and one needs to be an artist to have this plant. Please do not ...

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Monstera Plant Care Guide

Learn how to care for the Monstera deliciosa and other Monstera varieties indoors! Monstera are species of evergreen tropical vines and shrubs that are native to Central America. They are famous for their natural leaf-holes, which has led to the rise of their nickname, Swiss Cheese Plant. The Monstera's leaf-holes are called fenestrations and are theorized to maximize sun fleck capture on the forest floor by increasing the spread of the leaf while decreasing the mass of leaf cells to support. Shop the Monstera deliciosa Learn More Two different species of Monstera are cultivated as houseplants - Monstera deliciosa and Monstera adansonii. Monstera adansonii is distinguished from M. deliciosa by having longer, tapering leaves, as well as having completely enclosed leaf holes. Monstera deliciosa leaf holes eventually grow towards the edge and open up as they mature. Part of Araceae, the Aroid Family, they are one of the few aroids that produces edible fruit, particularly, Monstera deliciosa, though they rarely flower or produce edible fruit indoors. Monsteras, like many aroids, were made known formally to the botanical world during the early 20th century, although they had been known for much longer by the indigenous peoples of Central America. Sunlight Thrives in bright to medium indirect light. Not suited for intense, direct sun but can be acclimated to withstand it. Water Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light. Pro tip: Monsteras can benefit from filtered water or water left out overnight before using. Humidity Normal room humidity will do, but prefers humid conditions if possible. Consider incorporating a fine-mist mister or humidifier to boost humidity level indoors. Temperature Most houseplants prefer temps in the 65°F-85°F range (18°C-30°C). It’s best not to let it go below 60°F (15°C). Soil Use a well-draining potting mix. Mix in ingredients such as perlite or lava rocks to increase soil aeration as need. Common Problems The Monstera is an easy-going plant and is generally pest-free. Treat pests as soon as they appear with weekly sprays of a natural pesticide like neem oil and regular wipe-downs of the plant. SYMPTOM: Leaves turning brown and crispy at the edges CAUSE: Thirsty plant, underwatered or high salt build up SYMPTOM: Wilting plant, dry potting mix CAUSE: Underwatered or pot-bound SYMPTOM: Yellowing leaves or black stems, wet potting mix CAUSE: Overwatered Precautions Monsteras can be irritating to cats, dogs, and humans if foliage consumed. Best practice is always to keep houseplants out of reach of small children and pets.

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Zahrada na niti

Zahrada na niti je autorský koncept Lenky Hrubé propojující závěsné rostliny - kokedamy, závěsná skleněná aerária, rostlinná terária a doplňky pro dům i zahradu.

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Easy DIY Succulent Planters | Free Printable Included

Spruce up either your home either indoors or outdoors with these Easy DIY Succulent Planters you can make on a frugal budget.

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19 Bathroom Plants that Absorb Moisture

It sounds perfectly normal at the mention of balcony or outdoor plants but how about bathroom plants that absorb moisture? Weird isn’t it?

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25 Hard To Kill Houseplants That Will Thrive In Your Home - Smart Garden Guide

25 hard to kill houseplants for you to grow and enjoy. These easy-care indoor plants require minimal attention and will thrive and look great in your home.

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Beyond spray and wipe-out

Penny Woodward loves herbs. Not just for their efficacy in repelling pests, but their beauty, culinary qualities and fascinating histories.

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Cerinthe major - Pride of gibraltar, purple wax flower - 20 Seeds

Scientific Name: cerinthe major Cultivate: purpurascens Common Name: pride of gibraltar, purple wax flower Family: Boraginaceae Height: 45 to 60 cm Origin: Mediterranean A species of enormous landscape value, its fantastic color combination is immeasurably heavy in any garden that is planted. The whole plant is beautiful, its fleshy leaves are bluish-green and its flowering is simply unbelievable, bluish purple mixed with purple, and all colors harmoniously form a unique combination. Very easy to germinate and grow, it can be planted in full sun in cold weather and half shade or full sun in warm weather. The species despite being annual self sows and becomes perennial where planted. They make beautiful floral arrangements. Your purchase will be a true invitation to several birds and hummingbirds. A real joker!

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