Thanks for growing earthy with me. You are most likely here because you met a plant at my booth at a beaches-area outdoor market. Maybe you fell in love and decided to try co-habitation. These articles share more information about plant care and very likely include pictures of your new plant’s parents or grandparents. Read on and grow.
Growth brings changes and often the need for more space. If your plant has outgrown its container, you can move the entire plant to a larger pot or separate the plant at its roots to create new, smaller plants. Maybe your plant grew little pups or offshoots at its base that are growing bigger. Once … Continue reading Separation Anxiety? Follow These Steps to Give Growing Plants the Space They Need.
Once upon a time, the world fell in love with houseplants. When the pandemic hit, everyone was stuck at home and worried about air quality at the same time. Houseplants started trending, and they haven’t stopped. If you search the Internet for “air-purifying plants,” you’ll find articles listing the same 10-20 houseplants with the same … Continue reading Air-Purifying Plants: Clearing the Air about Snake Plants, Peace Lilies, and that NASA Study
Monstera plants are growing in popularity and price as I type. Oversized tropical leaves fill the backgrounds of millions of Instagram posts. Oversized demand is pushing the price of rare, variegated varieties to thousands of dollars at plant auctions. On Etsy, you can buy barely rooted cuttings for $350 or a single leaf for $65. … Continue reading Monstera Mystery Solved: Two Plants Are Named “Swiss Cheese” for Their Distinct Leaf Holes