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Orchid Leaves Wilting (Here’s What to Do)

A well-developed and healthy orchid will have dense, smooth, and shiny leaves. However, the leaves or buds of Phalaenopsis can wilt dramatically, threatening the plant’s survival.  In some cases, the tiniest misstep in cultivation can lead to major problems. If you don’t address the underlying cause of your orchid leaf wilting, it can become a …

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White Powder on Clay Or Terracotta Pots (Here’s What to Do)

I get a lot of questions about a white powder that sometimes appears on terracotta or clay pots.  Given the frequency with which this question has been raised, I’ve decided to write this article in an attempt to explain what this is all about, whether or not it affects the plant, and, if necessary, how …

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How to Combat Plumeria Sunburn

The fragrant Plumeria is hard to beat for a taste of the tropics. They’re also known as frangipani, and they’re reminiscent of the Pacific Islands and a warm summer breeze. However, these tropical fantasies can get sunburned just like any other sun-seeking surfer or beach bunny. Plumeria requires time to adjust to changing environmental conditions. …

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White Spots On Orchid Leaves (Causes And Treatments)

Even the tiniest white spots on an orchid’s leaves are a clear sign that the epiphyte is in trouble. To assist the orchid in a timely manner, it is necessary to first understand the true causes of their appearance. The wrong kind of maintenance is putting fuel on the problem. As a result, you may …

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4 Easy Ways to Propagate Sansevieria (Snake Plant)

Knowing how to propagate Sansevieria trifasciata, snake plant, or Mother in law’s tongue is fascinating because it is an ideal succulent species for beginners. As you will see in this post, propagating the snake plant is quite intriguing.  I would like to point out that these propagation tips apply to Sansevieria trifasciata laurentii, Sansevieria trifasciata …

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Color Change in Succulents (Explained!)

Seeing a succulent in color or tone that’s out of the ordinary catches our attention. The color of succulents is, without a doubt, one of the most appealing aspects. And, in many cases, a deciding factor for us to choose between different species. The colors of your succulents may have changed over time, or you …

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Macho Fern vs Boston Fern (What’s The Difference?)

It is possible to confuse the Macho Fern for the Boston Fern by its appearance. If you’ve ever wondered why some people call the Macho Fern “a Boston fern on steroids,” it’s no wonder. Don’t worry; your plant expert is here to clear up the confusion and assist you in distinguishing between them. The primary …

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Root Bound Snake Plant (Symptoms and Solutions)

Do you believe your snake plant has become root-bound? Mother in laws tongue’s is a slow-growing plant that is content with being slightly pot-bound. However, if your snake plant has grown too large for the container to support it or is bursting the walls of the container, you should consider repotting it. If your snake …

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Fiddle Leaf Fig Brown Leaf Tips (Causes and Solutions)

In an ideal world, your Fiddle Leaf Fig (Ficus lyrata) would serenade you with a symphony of broad, richly veined, glossy leaves. Brown tips, on the other hand, are a sour note that all too many indoor gardeners have heard. Fortunately, it’s not difficult to give your poor fig a tune-up and restore your fig …

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