The Houseplant Guru Blog
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To celebrate National Indoor Plant Week, I sent a plant to work with my daughter. She loves having it on her desk.
Do you have scars you try to cover? Plants have scars, too but they can be beautiful. They appear after the leaves fall.
Do you know what adventitious roots are? I wasn’t too sure, but I did find out that is the type of roots ferns have.
What is overwatering? Is it something you are doing to your plants? How can you change your practices to make it better?
Are you annoyed with plant name changes? Does it go further than that and make you angry? Sometimes it does me.
Have you seen plants that have been carved? Beech trees seem to have the most carving but it can happen on indoor plants, too.
I and my good friend Susan attended the famous Buffalo Garden and Buffalo Open Gardens Walks last weekend. The first stop though was the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. It was amazing! I was in heaven, as I always am when I'm in a conservatory basically...
What is a cachepot? Do you use it for your houseplants? Is it good to use one for your houseplants or is a pot with a drainage hole better?
Are you afraid to have plants and pets, too? No worries. There are plenty of plants that are pet safe for your dogs and cats.
The Belle Isle Conservatory’s name was changed in 1955 to the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory because of a generous donation of plants.