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Cactus Getting Squishy? (Here’s What to Do)

Cacti have been living in city apartments for a long time. They have also become a part of the winter gardens of commercial and office spaces. It’s nice to look at healthy plants with many different varieties and shapes. However, what to do when the cactus suddenly softens to the touch and appears to be …

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Bird of Paradise Leaf Won’t Open (Solved!)

Big fan-shaped leaves of the Bird of Paradise are perfect for bringing a little bit of the tropics indoors. Each unfurling leaf is a real treat because it can grow up to six feet tall with good care. But, nevertheless, what happens if your poor Bird cannot get its new growth to open fully? The …

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Why Is My Coleus Wilting (Causes and Solutions)

Few plants have a leaf as striking as the Coleus. It’s difficult to imagine them in anything other than their brash, bold best colors ranging from fiery scarlet to rich royal purple. But, on the other hand, Your Coleus will wilt if not adequately cared for. The most likely causes of your Coleus’ wilting are …

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Syngonium Variegata Care Guide

Syngonium variegates are a timeless classic that never goes out of style! With its white and light green leaves and green stems, this plant is a solid choice for your home’s decor. It’s easy-to-care-for all-terrain plants that are perfect for people who are worried about their plants dying. They’re easy to take care of and …

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8 Ways to Reduce Monstera Transplant Shock

Whether you’re sporting a big, bold Monstera deliciosa or the more delicate trailing Monstera adansonii, the time will come when you need to re-pot. These tropical wonders grow magnificently indoors, quickly outpacing their original nursery pots.  Re-pot only when needed to minimize stress to your Monstera, preferably during the growing season. Handle with care to …

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How Do You Sun Stress Your Hoya?

The transformation of a glossy hoya’s leaves from glossy green to enchanting blushes of pink or burgundy is a magical experience. Make sure your plant gets plenty of sunlight in order to achieve this stunning transformation. Your hoya’s hidden hues can be revealed with care, despite what it may sound like. Sun stressing a hoya …

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11 Things To Do When You First Get A Succulent

It’s critical to know what to look for and what to do after purchasing a succulent plant so that you can care for it properly. In this article, I will explain how to appropriately adapt a succulent to your home. This way, it will grow beautiful, healthy, and quickly propagate. What to Do After Purchasing …

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5 Succulent Diseases With Pictures (And Organic Treatment)

A fungal disease that affects your succulents can be deadly. Sadly, not enough people are aware of this fact. Succulents have only recently been used for indoor gardening, which explains why this is the case. As a result, diseases and their causes have not been studied as thoroughly as in other plants. In all cases, …

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Does Farina on Succulents Grow Back?

I’ve already explained to you what Farina is. However, if you’re still unsure what and why it’s crucial for succulents, I recommend reading those articles first. Farina does not regenerate. It is important to note that once removed, Farina does not restore. Since your succulent plant lacks its natural defenses, you risk leaving it vulnerable …

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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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