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Peace Lily Flowers Turning Green (6 Reasons and Solutions)

White peace lily flowers turn green over time. You may be taken aback by the transformation of your peace lily’s petals if this is your first time growing them. Also, the white flowers may turn brown and die before turning green. In this article, I will explain the color change of peace lily flowers and …

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9 Reasons for ZZ Plant Not Growing (And Solutions)

Although the ZZ plant is the only succulent in the Aroid family, it differs significantly from other succulents in many ways. Originally from Madagascar and the African continent, this plant thrives in dry, sandy soils. The fact is that the ZZ plant doesn’t store water in its leaves as most succulents do. Instead, it holds …

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10 Reasons Why Lemon Tree Not Growing (and Solutions)

Although lemon trees are among the most straightforward indoor fruit trees to cultivate, many novice gardeners commonly expect too much too soon. When grown inside, lemon trees are the fussiest of all citrus trees. It takes many years for the plant to bear fruit, and if something goes wrong with the environment or care, it …

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Here’s How to Stop Christmas Cactus Buds From Falling Off

Christmas cactus is an epiphyte of the genus Schlumbergera (Cactaceae) and is native to the mountainous regions of Brazil. Due to its short-day habit (blooming when nighttime is longer than a certain number of hours), it buds in November as the days get shorter and blooms in December.  In this article, I will discuss what …

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Can You Grow String of Turtles from A Leaf?

The string of Turtles (Peperomia prostrata) is a straightforward plant to propagate. They will set root from as little as a single leaf, generating a whole new plant from surprisingly small cuttings. A single leaf will quickly propagate a string of turtles. You can expect to see roots in as little as two weeks if …

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5 Tips To Grow Tillandsia Xerographica

Tillandsia xerographica is also called the “King of the Air Plants.” Even though it grows slowly, it can reach a height of 12 inches and a width of 23 inches, making it a good option for those who want a sizable air plant. The Silverleaf species is distinguished by leaves with fine white hairs called …

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Can Peony Survive Winter? (6 Steps to Protect It)

Although the delicate, blowsy peony flower is delicate, the plant itself is not. Yet, with some forethought, they can withstand even the harshest winters without showing any wear. As a result, they’re a popular choice for gardeners in the northern United States, providing a welcome respite from the bitter cold of winter storms. But how …

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Causes of Snake Plant Thin Leaves (Here’s What to Do)

This impressive snake plant (sansevieria) is popular for small spaces because of its thick, straight, fleshy leaves. Due to its small footprint, this green is a popular choice for homes with limited space. However, after a long period of growth, the leaves, which should have been thick when you bought them, have become thinner. Even …

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3 Ways to Deal with An Overgrown Aloe Vera Plant

If you take care of an Aloe Vera, it can grow like crazy and quickly spread out of its pot or container, needing your help soon. Aloe’s a great thing because the thick, juicy leaves hold much of the healing gel. However, one can have too much of a good thing! Overgrown Aloe Veras can …

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Haworthia Pups No Roots (Solution in 7 Easy Steps)

The only thing better than a Haworthia is a slew of them! As they age, these fast-growing succulents produce pups, and it’s super easy to propagate that pleasant surprise into a new plant. You don’t need a good set of roots on the pup to get them going. If a rootless Haworthia pup is given …

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