Category: Indoor Plant Problems

White Spots On Plant Leaves
Indoor Gardening

White Spots On Plant Leaves: Common Causes and Treatments

Indoor plants bring life and color to our homes, creating a tranquil and inviting atmosphere. However, maintaining their health can sometimes be challenging, especially when unexpected issues arise. One common problem many plant enthusiasts encounter is the appearance of white spots on plant leaves. These spots not only detract from the plant’s beauty but can

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Indoor Gardening

7 Common Houseplants Toxic to Dogs

Whether you have been living peacefully with your dog for years, or you’re just thinking about adding a furry friend to your household. It’s essential to know what houseplants are toxic to dogs before trying to have them live in harmony. It’s perfectly possible to have both a robust indoor houseplant collection while keeping your

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Indoor Gardening

Different Types Of Garden Pests, Prevention, And Management

Any gardener will know that there’s nothing more dangerous to plants than garden pests. Even if you don’t have a garden, and you just have some ornamental plants, you have probably struggled with pests.  One day you have a green and blooming backyard, the next you see your plants wasting away. You see a bug

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Indoor Gardening

Leaching Salts from Houseplant Soil – Lose the White Crust

Have you noticed that white crust in and around your plant pot or even worse on the plant itself? Over time the soil in potted houseplants develops salt buildup due to extra minerals left unabsorbed from water passing through them. Leaching salts from houseplant soil is the preferred method of removing salt buildup and involves

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Indoor Gardening

Easy Methods to Create an Indoor Hanging Herb Garden

Indoor gardens are fun to have and can beautify your living space effortlessly; having an indoor hanging herb garden adds the benefit of utility to the mix. With an indoor herb garden depending on the plant(s) you choose to grow; you can use your homegrown herbs for whatever purpose you choose. The main issue with

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Indoor Gardening

Why Is My Houseplant Losing Its Leaves?

If you find yourself in a situation where you ask yourself, “Why is my houseplant losing its leaves?” then this article is for you. When your favorite houseplants start dropping leaves, it can be very frustrating and discouraging. Luckily, remedying the problem is usually just takes a few simple adjustments. Most plants will lose leaves

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Calla Lily 911_ How To Save a Dying Calla Lily
Indoor Gardening

Calla Lily 911: How To Save a Dying Calla Lily

Native to South Africa, the calla lily grows in warm, temperate climates and is excellent as an indoor plant. They are typically easy to grow and will be happy to grow in partial shade or full sun. However, various problems can arise with calla lilies. Some issues pop up when they get under- or over-watered,

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Why is My Plant Browning_ 5 Causes of Brown Plant Leaves
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Why is My Plant Browning? 5 Causes of Brown Plant Leaves

Why is my plant browning? It’s something we’ve all asked ourselves at some point. So, what’s the deal? Plants have always belonged in the wild, outside where they can naturally get sun and water. Now, most of us live in a world stuck inside four walls. Our homes are full of technology, screens, and monitors, along

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Plants for Dark Areas of Your Home
Indoor Gardening

Plants for Dark Areas of Your Home – 10 Smart Choices

Plants for dark areas do exist. In fact, they are more common than you might think. Still, many people assume they can only grow plants indoors if placed in bright, sunny spaces. However, this isn’t the case. There are some plants that will thrive in the dark corners of your home. Here, we highlight 10

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Eliminate Fungus Gnats Once and For All
Indoor Gardening

Eliminate Fungus Gnats Once and For All

Eliminate fungus gnats that are attacking your plants. Here’s how to get rid of these pesky little buggers once and for all. Whether you’re a hobbyist or a long-time plant collector, when fungus gnats start attacking your plants, it’s annoying. Since they are tiny and fly around quickly, you might not notice them at first.

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White Spots On Plant Leaves
Indoor Gardening

White Spots On Plant Leaves: Common Causes and Treatments

Indoor plants bring life and color to our homes, creating a tranquil and inviting atmosphere. However, maintaining their health can sometimes be challenging, especially when unexpected issues arise. One common problem many plant enthusiasts encounter is the appearance of white spots on plant leaves. These spots not only detract from

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

7 Common Houseplants Toxic to Dogs

Whether you have been living peacefully with your dog for years, or you’re just thinking about adding a furry friend to your household. It’s essential to know what houseplants are toxic to dogs before trying to have them live in harmony. It’s perfectly possible to have both a robust indoor

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

Different Types Of Garden Pests, Prevention, And Management

Any gardener will know that there’s nothing more dangerous to plants than garden pests. Even if you don’t have a garden, and you just have some ornamental plants, you have probably struggled with pests.  One day you have a green and blooming backyard, the next you see your plants wasting

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

Leaching Salts from Houseplant Soil – Lose the White Crust

Have you noticed that white crust in and around your plant pot or even worse on the plant itself? Over time the soil in potted houseplants develops salt buildup due to extra minerals left unabsorbed from water passing through them. Leaching salts from houseplant soil is the preferred method of

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

Easy Methods to Create an Indoor Hanging Herb Garden

Indoor gardens are fun to have and can beautify your living space effortlessly; having an indoor hanging herb garden adds the benefit of utility to the mix. With an indoor herb garden depending on the plant(s) you choose to grow; you can use your homegrown herbs for whatever purpose you

Read More »
Indoor Gardening

Why Is My Houseplant Losing Its Leaves?

If you find yourself in a situation where you ask yourself, “Why is my houseplant losing its leaves?” then this article is for you. When your favorite houseplants start dropping leaves, it can be very frustrating and discouraging. Luckily, remedying the problem is usually just takes a few simple adjustments.

Read More »
Calla Lily 911_ How To Save a Dying Calla Lily
Indoor Gardening

Calla Lily 911: How To Save a Dying Calla Lily

Native to South Africa, the calla lily grows in warm, temperate climates and is excellent as an indoor plant. They are typically easy to grow and will be happy to grow in partial shade or full sun. However, various problems can arise with calla lilies. Some issues pop up when

Read More »
Why is My Plant Browning_ 5 Causes of Brown Plant Leaves
Indoor Gardening

Why is My Plant Browning? 5 Causes of Brown Plant Leaves

Why is my plant browning? It’s something we’ve all asked ourselves at some point. So, what’s the deal? Plants have always belonged in the wild, outside where they can naturally get sun and water. Now, most of us live in a world stuck inside four walls. Our homes are full of

Read More »
Plants for Dark Areas of Your Home
Indoor Gardening

Plants for Dark Areas of Your Home – 10 Smart Choices

Plants for dark areas do exist. In fact, they are more common than you might think. Still, many people assume they can only grow plants indoors if placed in bright, sunny spaces. However, this isn’t the case. There are some plants that will thrive in the dark corners of your

Read More »
Eliminate Fungus Gnats Once and For All
Indoor Gardening

Eliminate Fungus Gnats Once and For All

Eliminate fungus gnats that are attacking your plants. Here’s how to get rid of these pesky little buggers once and for all. Whether you’re a hobbyist or a long-time plant collector, when fungus gnats start attacking your plants, it’s annoying. Since they are tiny and fly around quickly, you might

Read More »
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