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english ivy plant care: how to keep them happy

english ivy plant care: how to keep them happy

English Ivy will happily grow on just about anything, from brick walls to exposed pipes. This climber adds an elegant, leafy ambience to your home.

peperomia plant care: how to keep them happy

peperomia plant care: how to keep them happy

plant description Peperomia plants are a cheerful addition to workspaces and homes. These semi-succulents are popular with new plant parents due to their minimal maintenance needs. Consisting of more than 1500 tropical and subtropical species, the Peperomia genus is one of the largest in the Piperaceae family and is closely related to the black pepper

tillandsia plant care: how to keep them happy

tillandsia plant care: how to keep them happy

plant description The Tillandsia genus, widely known as air plants, consists of 650 species. Native to southern North America through to South America, air plants have evolved to inhabit ecological niches found within various forest, mountain, and desert environments. For this reason, air plants make perfect indoor plants as they are highly adaptable and quite

monstera plant care: how to keep them happy

monstera plant care: how to keep them happy

Monsera deliciosa, sometimes called the swiss cheese or cheese plant, is a (w)holesome plant companion that grows abundantly when well-loved. Learn how to love up your cheese plant here.

Snake Plant Care: how to keep them happy

Snake Plant Care: how to keep them happy

plant description The Dracaena genus, more popularly known as Snake Plants, is a very popular houseplant option for beginners and experts alike. It’s easy to care for, can adapt to various environments, and boasts a variety of striking foliage. fer It’s primarily cultivated for ornamental use as an indoor plant and for outdoor growing in subtropical

maidenhair fern care: how to keep them happy

maidenhair fern care: how to keep them happy

plant description The Maidenhair Fern is a genus with over 250 varieties. Within the indoor plant community, this group of ferns is highly-priced for their small, delicate fan-shaped fronds clustered on shiny and curved black stems. Maidenhair Fern species are popular options as both a houseplant and, because of their hardiness to cold temperatures, as

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