Selaginella is an attractive, interesting plant to grow. For the best results, keep the soil moist but not overly wet, maintain high humidity around the plant, and don’t expose it to temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
15-20 years. That’s how long it takes for a Philodendron Selloum to bloom. To help it live that long, make sure you keep the soil moist and the leaves dry.
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Hindu Rope Plants, a type of Hoya, produce picturesque star-shaped flowers after a couple of years of growth. To ensure that your plant is healthy and ready to bloom, be sure to water sparingly while also keeping its humidity high.
Hollyhocks produce beautiful flowers in a variety of colors but are short-lived. Thankfully, they’re very easy to grow and propagate so that you can continue your population of hollyhocks without much effort.
Foxgloves can grow up to six feet and produce beautiful flowers that are perfect for attracting butterflies and bees. Be careful to plant it in an area where it will have some afternoon shade, and keep it away from children and pets, as foxglove is very toxic.
Dianthus plants produce long-lasting pink flowers and are generally easy to care for. They do best, however, in moderate climates, as too much cold will kill them, while too much heat will cause them to go dormant.
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The beautiful Dwarf ixora plants need to be monitored pretty closely when it comes to temperature. When you follow our detailed care tips, you’ll be rewarded with nearly continual star-shaped, clustered flowers in various colors.
This plant is popularly kept as a houseplant, but it can also be grown outside as annuals or evergreen perennials. It is commonly referred to as the sensitive plant because the leaves fold in on themselves in response to touch. Find out about how to care for this interesting plant