The Madagascar Palm is a sturdy houseplant with arching, feathery green fronds. Native to the island of Madagascar, this palm likes bright indirect light, so keep it away from direct sunlight. Water when the top inch of soil feels dry, and use the 11 golden rules to determine if it needs water. This easygoing plant is a wonderful introduction to having a palm in your home.
Desert terrariums are some of the most popular and well-known terrariums today. This is a great project to do with your children, and you can get them involved in the set up by letting them add the figures, sea glass, or rocks that they collect on occasion.
Lithops plants are about as easy to grow as plants get. They do not require feeding, aggressive pruning or special coddling. Watering is the one and only way to kill these plants and here we’ll tell you all about Lithops and how to water them successfully! When you have just received your little Lithop the most common mistake people tend to make with their new little friend is to over water it.
You’ve likely seen Sansevieria in homes and offices across the country, and thinking about buying one to add to your space. They’re beautiful, simple, and ancient – but what do you do with them? How do you care for it? We are here to help!
Some people call it Tile Flower, some people call it Desert Rose. But we’ll tell you the name of this stunning flower, and we’ll tell you amazing facts about it that you probably didn’t know before. It’s not a rose at all, and in fact it’s not even a flower! It is also not rare, but it is wonder-filled with its vibrant colors and striking shape.
Cactus are special plants that don’t require too much care to grow indoors. It is very easy to start a cactus garden with these cute little succulent balls that grow into beautiful houseplant gardens. This article will teach you everything to set up your own cactus garden.
Many people can’t keep their houseplants alive and end up disappointed. However, there is a beautiful solution to having the lush green thumb. Grow low care plants indoors. This article will give you ideas for low maintenance plants that only need to be watered occasionally and will leave with a mini cactus garden to brighten up your home year round.
The family of succulents is one of the most diverse families of plant life in the world, and features thousands of plants. In this guide, we will examine 9 different species that make excellent houseplants, and explore some of the more popular varieties to see why everyone loves them so much.
You’ve seen succulents popping up all over your favorite design blogs recently because they are gorgeous and super easy to care for. Plus, they are the perfect solution for a low-maintenance houseplant. So if you’re ready to try planting succulents, here are 14 low light succulents for your home.
So, you’re a cactus person? Me too! They are wonderfully weird, and their strange beauty is enough to brighten even the worst of days. So, if you’re looking for a way to bring a little more prickly goodness into your home or office space, why not put this beautiful set of 5 cacti on your desk?