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Angels Trumpet plants produce beautiful blooms in the summer. But it highly toxic to human and pets. This article will give you some tips to grow and care for it properly.
Stuck for inspiration on ways to tidy up the perimeter of your garden? This list of 23 garden edging ideas you can try is a good place to start
The common name of ‘Cast Iron Plant’ comes from the robustness of the plant in various conditions, proving itself to be almost indestructible in the face of neglect. Here are the growing and caring tips.
The Staghorn Fern can be grown as a houseplant or outside in gardens with mild climates. Most typically, it is mounted on a surface and displayed on a wall, like a piece of art in its own right. Learn in details how to care for this great decorative plant.
This attractive houseplant is grown for its unusual foliage, along with its striking flowers. Read this article to learn more about how to grow and care for it properly
This unusual plant was once trendy as a houseplant in the 1980s and is now experiencing something of a revival in popularity. In this article, we'll learn how to grow and care for it.
The lemongrass plant is grown for a number of reasons, including for culinary use and the medicinal benefits of the essential oils occurring naturally in the plant. Let's delve into this herb.
This decorative palm is rightfully very popular as both an indoor and outside plant, growing well directly in the soil, in outdoor container pots, and inside homes. Here's how to care for it properly
The bottlebrush tree, despite its name, is actually a shrub. It is most often grown as a large shrub or shaped into a small tree with particular pruning. This is our detailed care guide.
It’s a gardener’s dream for anyone living in a mild and sunny environment as the Blue Plumbago is easy to care for. These are the tips to grow and care for it.
Here is the list of 24 raised bed projects you can build on your own. The difficulty of these projects vary, so choose wisely based on your level of experience.
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.
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