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Ever wonder if the Marble Queen Pothos is more fragile than other Pothos types? I’ve had this feeling that it’s more delicate than the traditional, greener Pothos varieties. Despite using the same soil, water amount, and sunlight, my Marble Queen struggles more with diseases like leaf spots and doesn’t grow leaves as readily. In contrast, …

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Always on the hunt for the next big gardening secret? Well, you’re in luck. Today, let me share why some gardeners swear by burying a coin in their plant soil. Why Bury a Coin in Your Plants? Ever heard of gardeners doing this age-old practice? You might be wondering, “Why on earth would they?” Turns …

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If you’ve got a new shoot sprouting from the base of your Money tree and you’re thinking of cutting it to grow separately, you might be unsure about where to cut, when to do it, and how to care for it afterward. I can totally relate to your curiosity and would love to help! If …

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Just when you think the rainy season is over, wham! The peak of summer hits you with a string of scorching hot days. It’s exhausting, isn’t it? Your money tree is feeling it too, bravely enduring the intense sunlight and dry conditions. Take a closer look, and you might notice issues like brown leaves or …

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The Dracaena plant, known for its shiny, dark green leaves, is a popular choice for rock gardens and as a decorative houseplant. Today, I’m excited to share why it’s known as the “Tree of Truth” and “Tree of Happiness.” If you’re considering gifting one, this could be a helpful guide for you! What Does the …

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Petunias are adorable annuals from the Solanaceae family, known for their trumpet-like flowers. They’re excellent at attracting bees for pollination and are often used as companion plants for strawberries and tomatoes. In this article, I’ll introduce you to four diseases to watch out for when growing petunias and how to deal with them. Diseases to …

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Petunias are charming annuals from the nightshade family, boasting trumpet-shaped blooms that brighten up any garden. Not only are they lovely to look at, but they also attract bees, promoting pollination. This makes them an excellent companion plant for fruits like strawberries and tomatoes. In this article, I’ll introduce you to the four types of …

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Poinsettias are practically a staple of the Christmas season, but have you ever wondered why they pop up everywhere as the holidays approach? The connection between poinsettias and Christmas is more intertwined than you might think. In this article, I’ll delve into the rich symbolism behind poinsettias and which occasions they’re perfect for. The Symbolism …

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You can actually get bromeliad plants to bloom anytime, not just during their natural blooming period. How? It’s all about the number of leaves on the plant! For variegated bromeliad, aim for 40 to 50 leaves. For Aechmea fasciata, you’ll want 10 to 13 leaves. For Guzmania magnifica, shoot for 20 to 25 leaves, and …

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Plants like Monstera in the Araceae family often release water from the tips of their leaves. This happens because they have specialized water pores at the ends of their leaf veins. You’ll mostly observe this water release early in the morning. However, during humid seasons like the rainy season, you can even catch this happening …

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