|Bring Houseplants Indoors - Leave the Bugs Outdoors
Cold weather means houseplants come back inside. Don’t bring insects too. Look for these telltale signs of houseplant pests, and how to get rid of pests before bringing houseplants indoors.
|Cleaning Your Houseplants
In order to stay healthy, houseplants need to be cleaned. Not only does a clean houseplant look good, removing dust and dirt from leaves improves light penetration and reduces pests.
|Give Houseplants a Summer Tune-up
Summer is the perfect time to bring your houseplants outdoors for some extra care. It all starts with a shaded location, then follow these tips on cleaning and watering.
|Growing Citrus as an Edible Houseplant
Growing container citrus trees can be rewarding. These citrus trees also can be challenging to grow and so it is important to know how to properly care for such plants.
|How to Grow Indoor Flowers & Houseplants
The right houseplants can thrive in the right conditions. Light, space, water, temperature and decor are just some of the things to consider. Choosing correctly can help you grow the perfect indoor flowers and houseplants.
|How to Take Care of Houseplants
Houseplants bring the beauty of nature indoors. But houseplants need different lighting, containers and soil. Follow these general tips to to take care of houseplants and help keep your houseplants healthy and happy.
|Identifying Common Houseplant Insect Pests
Identifying common houseplant pests can be easy, if you know what to look for. Learning the signs, such as changes in leaf color or leaf spots, can help you identify the pest and prevent an outbreak.
|Organic Gardening Pest Control
There are a lot of organic and natural ways to control pests. From the simpliest methods to science-based products, these suggestions can help your organic gardening pest control strategies.
|Pet-friendly Snail and Slug Control
Snails and slugs damaging your garden? Try one of these methods to get rid of these slimy and destructive pests.
|Recognizing Common House plant Disease
Houseplants are at risk for diseases. Learn to spot the early warning signs of houseplant diseases and then take action to control them.