Poinsettia gets all the votes at Christmas for its red bracts and ruby foliage match the colors of the party: red and green. But once the season is over, how can you get it to bloom again? Is it doomed?
Emerald palm looks like a palm, but it’s a succulent! Emerald palm facts Name – Zamioculcas zamiifolia Family – Araceae Type – succulent houseplant Height – 1 ½-3 ft / 0.5-1 m indoors Exposure – well-lit, indirect Soil: draining – Foliage: evergreen – Propagation: clump division, cuttings The botanical name is Zamioculcas […]
Zamioculcas is such a resilient plant that you won’t have to visit this page very often… Short summary: Single stem drying out – normal Stems falling over – lack of light Drops on leaf tips – guttation Yellow – overwatering or chlorosis
The Vanda genus includes over 70 different orchid species, all native to tropical Asia. With truly splendid flowers similar to those of Phalaenopsis, Vanda orchids are equally suited to growing indoors in our temperate climates and are often available in stores.
With its amazing colorful bloom girdled with a crown of deep green leaves, Bromelia does every thing it can to catch your eye. This exotic beauty comes in many shapes and varieties, and is often the most original indoor plant of our homes.
Many cactus plants are considered extremely appealing to decorate the inside of our apartments and homes. It may be unexpected, but these growing conditions offer great potential for cactus flowers to appear.