The Houseplant Guru Blog
Here’s where the magic begins! All of my best tips are found on my blog.
What the heck are phorophytes and how are they helpful to other plants. Their role is important but isn’t often thought about. Read on!
Did you know that your plant may be a lusus? What is that? Is it a bad thing? It depends. But most likely it will be a good thing.
Did you know plants keep themselves safe by using ways that can be dangerous? This includes spines and irritating sap.
Have you seen a plant that looks like a fern and is called a fern, but it has a rubbery feeling leaf? It may be Selenicereus chrysocardium.
What are cladodes and what do they do for your jungle cactus? It may surprise you what they are and what they do for the plant!
Have you seen the Queen of the Night blooming? It is so gorgeous and I recently did a time-lapse of it blooming.
Fishtail palms do have leaves that look like goldfish tails. They also have flowers that start at the top of the plant and end at the bottom.
Have you ever had a plant get so dry, that it wilted completely over the pot and seemed dead? After watering, did it revive? Or was it dead?
I have never seen scale on my orchid flowers until this week. On the foliage, yes. So I was surprised to see it on the flowers.
Have you ever seen one these endearing purple polka dotted flowers? It is the alsobia, a relative of the African violet and easy to care for.