Care & Tips

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Pink Princess Philodendron Care: Proven Tips to Keep it Pink

It’s a dream plant for many, but taking care of a pink princess philodendron requires a little more monitoring and maintenance than other indoor houseplants. Besides the usual needs (a perfect balance of indirect light, watering when it needs it and not on a schedule), you will have to regularly prune back the leaves for …

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Radiator Plant Care: Easy Growing Guide (with pictures)

Radiator plants (commonly known as peperomia) are trendy right now, probably because they’re easy to care for, safe for cats and dogs and come in many different varieties (my fave is the baby rubber plant). They can even tolerate a bit of neglect, making them perfect for beginner plant parents. What’s attractive about the radiator …

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13 Indoor Plant Tools to Instantly Boost Your Plant Parent Status to Expert

Whether you’ve just brought home your first houseplant or trying to keep your indoor jungle from dying, there are some indoor plant tools that will boost your plant parent status to expert in no time.  Beyond a little love, water and a cute pot, there are a few things that you should keep on hand …

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African Milk Tree Care: How to Care for Your Euphorbia Trigona

The Euphorbia trigona, or more commonly known as the African Milk Tree (and sometimes a candelabra cactus or cathedral cactus) is the perfect aesthetic house plant to add to your collection. African Milk Tree care is relatively easy, and one of the best low maintenance large houseplants. The right pot, enough bright light and watering …

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Orchid Care After Flowers Fall Off (+ How to Trick Your Orchid into Reblooming)

If your orchid stems are turning brown and the flowers are starting to fall off, don’t panic, it’s not dead! Your plant is still very much alive. (If you have other symptoms like mushy roots or yellowing leaves, your orchid might be dying and you’ll need to revive it). There are certain things you can …

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