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How To Train Monstera Adansonii to Climb

The Swiss Cheese Plant, also known as Monstera adansonii, is a star of the current indoor plant craze. In addition to trail beautifully from baskets in thick, glorious vines, it is also a terrific climber that can be trained to have luscious, large-leaved stems. You’ll need a moss pole, stake, or trellis to train your …

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Water Therapy for Dehydrated Succulents (5 Steps)

Succulent water therapy is a practice that is both well-known and controversial at the same time. Here, you’ll learn about water therapy for succulents and how to use it. What it is and how it’s used. In these cases, water therapy for succulents can be used and, of course, how to do it successfully. What …

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White Spots on Monstera (6 Ways to Get Rid of It)

A healthy monstera should have lush green, blemish-free foliage. However, if you notice any white spots on your monstera, this is a sign that it is in danger. White spots on monstera are most likely mealybugs or powdery mildew. To get rid of it: Rub the leaves to remove some of the white stuff. Apply …

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Why Are My Monstera Leaves Wrinkled? (Solved!)

Monstera deliciosa takes the cake when it comes to stunning houseplants. The large, dark green, waxy leaves with Swiss cheese-like perforations immediately evoke images of a tropical paradise. Because of this, it can be a little unnerving to see your monstera’s leaves wrinkling. What may be the problem here? Monstera leaves typically become wrinkled as …

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Sunburnt Aloe Vera Plant (4 Ways to Revive It)

On sunburned skin, Aloe Vera gel is the best thing you can use to soothe the pain. Sunburn can be a problem for this plant if it isn’t properly protected. The color and texture of your Aloe’s leaves can tell you if it’s getting too much light. Too much sun can cause leaf curling, wilting, …

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Spikes on My Peperomia obtusifolia (What to Do About It)

When it comes to small plants, the Baby Rubber Plant (Peperomia obtusifolia) is an excellent choice. This variety of Peperomia is adorable and charming because of its bright green foliage and simple round leaf. But imagine if your glossy-leaved darling started sprouting long lean spikes at random… What’s going on here? Your Peperomia obtusifolia has …

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Monstera Albo Borsigiana Variegata (How Come It’s So Expensive?)

Who hasn’t heard of this plant, which was popular in the 1980s and is now a must-have in modern interiors? In addition, who wouldn’t want to see such a beloved plant “stained” white? I chose the Monstera albo Borsigiana as my house’s queen from the other contenders. The beauty, low maintenance, and uniqueness of this …

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8 Signs of Sunburned Fiddle Leaf Fig (And Solutions)

Fiddle Leaf Figs prefer bright but filtered light, with no more than a few hours of direct sunlight in the morning. More than that may cause figs to burn. Move sunburned Fiddle Leaf Figs to a less sunny location, water thoroughly, and remove damaged foliage. Your Fiddle Leaf Fig’s richly textured leaves beg for the …

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