Houseplant owners are often on a quest to find the best potting soil for their plants, often thinking that if their plant is potted in better soil, then that will solve their plant problems.
Dieffenbachia, also known as dumb cane, is one of the most common houseplants since it’s easy to take care of. However, the leaves of this plant can turn yellow in color if it is not being taken care of properly.
Many of us have intuitive reactions to our indoor plants that may cause us to do (or not do) certain things with our plants that are not always in the best interest of the plants. Below are some examples.
Pruning potted plants is more about aesthetics than it is about horticulture. Pruning does not enhance or harm a plant's growth.
When the first warm days of spring arrive, many folks move their plants outside so they can benefit from the sunlight. The results are often very damaging. Direct outdoor sun can be over 100 times more intense than indoor sun and will quickly burn tender foliage that is adapted to
Unnecessary repotting is the single most common mistake that folks make.
Cosmetics for plants is not something you hear much about, but it can make a huge difference in how plants look.