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8 Steps to Save Dracaena from Root Rot (With Causes and Signs)

One of the most common and damaging diseases your Dracaena can get is root rot. Rot disease is a sneaky assassin that eats away at your dracaena roots, destroying them from the inside out. Your plant will die if you don’t stop it before it spreads to the plant’s stems, leaves, and other parts. Yellowing …

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How To Propagate Syngonium Albo (Step by Step)

One of the most appealing aspects of Syngonium is its ease of propagation. It doesn’t matter what kind of plant you have, and it’s easy to turn one into many more. Even the tricky Syngonium albo can be propagated at home with simple tools. Top and shoot cuttings are both used to propagate Syngonium. There …

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How to Identify and Save African Violet From Root Rot

After receiving a beautiful flowering violet as a gift, growers often notice that the plant begins to decline over time. It wilts and fades away, becoming lifeless. A plant disease such as root rot may cause the problem. Violets affected by root rot will not bloom. Root rot is a fungal disease that causes the …

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How Long Does It Take For Vegetable Seeds To Sprout? (Time Chart)

Gardeners of all skill levels can significantly benefit from knowing how long it takes for a particular vegetable seed to germinate. First, as a result, you can better plan when to plant seedlings and when to sow seeds. Secondly, it saves a lot of stress on your nervous system. For example, does it matter that …

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How To Clean African Violet Leaves (3 Effective Ways)

As with all houseplants, basic hygienic procedures are required for African violets. This includes cleaning the leaves to remove dust and other contaminants.  Soft velvety leaves can capture all kinds of dirt: dust, pets’ fur, or soil from outdoors. This disrupts the photosynthesis process, makes breathing difficult, and creates an ideal environment for the spread …

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How Often to Water Bird of Paradise (7 Factors to Consider)

Bird of Paradise can be difficult to grow due to its large size and water-loving leaves. Because of its size, it will require a large amount of resources to maintain. How often do we water the Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia nicolai) with big leaves? It is best to water a Bird of Paradise plant when …

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Hydrangea Falling Over After Rain (5 Solutions That Work)

The bright blooms of the Hydrangea, big and bold, deserve to stand tall, not wilted down to lie in the mud. But, regardless of the type, heavy rain can cause these otherwise easy-to-please plants to flop flat on the ground. The most common causes of Hydrangea falling over are poor site selection, poor growing techniques, …

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Pink Princess Philodendron Care (9 Tips You Should Know)

Many plant collectors’ wish lists include the “Philodendron Pink Princess,” a beautiful and sought-after specimen.  Its dark green, heart-shaped leaves with pink spots catch the eye. This plant is a one-of-a-kind specimen in the plant kingdom. In a nutshell, here’s how to care for the plant: Pink Princess Philodendron grows best in bright indirect light …

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7 Blue House Plants  (With Stunning Pictures)

Imagine a world where the oceans are teeming with purple algae, and the forests rustle with blue leaves. But, of course, we’re not even talking about something from a sci-fi book, either. It is a widely held belief that all plant life must necessarily be green. This is because plants generate energy using chloroplasts, chloroplasts …

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5 Causes of Fern Drying out (Here’s How to Revive It)

Ferns (Nephrolepis) are an ancient superior plant class. They thrive in moist forests, ponds, and wetlands. Bush division and spores are the primary methods of propagation. This plant will enhance any interior. Pests like scale insects, aphids, spider mites, and mealybugs can dry out an indoor fern’s leaves. Incorrect temperature, light, and humidity can also …

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