Air plants (Tillandsia) are a very unusual type of plant, unlike any other variety of houseplants. They do not need soil; so work well for people who don’t like the potential mess associated with having soil in their home.
Fertilizing plants is an often overlooked area of houseplant care, as strictly speaking, fertilizer is not necessary for most houseplants to survive, and so, you can get away without doing it. However, if you want your houseplants to really thrive, then using fertilizer is essential.
Yucca plants are very adaptable and thrive in a wide range of environments, making them ideal house or garden plants in many parts of the world. There also many varieties of Yucca, so you can choose which you like best.
Hibiscus plants are usually grown for the mass of beautiful large flowers they produce in an array of visually striking colors. This vibrant tropical plant can be grown as a tree or shrub and can be grown directly in the ground or in a container pot.
The Hoya plant, in its many varieties, is a tropical evergreen, perfect for indoor life. Though tropical, be careful not to overwater it. In this article, we'll go in-depth about how to care it and discover some of its varieties.
The Purple Velvet plant is an incredibly unusual houseplant, which features green leaves covered in tiny, purple hairs. This is not an easy houseplant to care for. But don't worry, in this article, we'll uncover how to grow and care for this