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ZZ Plant Care 101
There's a reason this plants catch phrase is "thrives on neglect" In fact, ZZ plants will do better if you leave them alone.
Much like cacti, they need less rather than more water. Water the p...
Zebra Plant Care 101
Thrives in bright indirect light. Not suited for direct sun or low light conditions.
Water weekly, allowing about half the soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water mor...
Yucca Care 101
These slow-growers are easy to care for and simply need a sturdy pot with well-draining soil and some sun.
Thrives in bright indirect to direct light.
Water every 2–3 weeks, al...
Tradescantia Care 101
This eye-catching plant is easy to grow and thrives in almost any environment.
All the different varieties of Tradescantia plants are lovely trailing plants and very fast growing. If you can ...
String of Bananas Care 101
String of Bananas (Senecio radicans) is a hardy succulent plant that tolerates most conditions. It has white flowers that appear at various times of the year, with light green leaves that look ...
String of Dolphin Care 101
String of dolphins are characterised by their iconic dolphin-shaped leaves and long hanging tendrils.
They look great in hanging baskets, or they can be trained to grow upwards on a trellis o...
String of Pearls Care 101
Sprawling over the edges of containers or hanging baskets, the string of beads plant resembles a beaded necklace with its fleshy green, pea-like foliage.
Thrives in bright indirect ligh...
Elkhorn / Staghorn Care 101
Staghorns and Elkhorns are similar plants. The Staghorn Fern is one single plant (single eye) where the Elkhorn Fern is made up of many smaller plants (multiple eyes).
Both species grow in ...
Spider Plant Care 101
Spider plants are one of the easiest houseplants to grow, even for beginners.
This plant can grow in a wide range of conditions and suffers from few problems, other than brown tips. The spider...
Silver Satin Pothos Care 101
This slow-growing trailing houseplant is very easy to care for. The eye-catching tropical plant looks stunning, growing in hanging baskets or climbing up a moss pole.
Thrives in medium to...