Over the last few years that I’ve been collecting houseplants and succulents, I’ve discovered some items that have really been game-changers for me as far taking care of my plants.Continue reading
Houseplants are so popular and on-trend right now, but if you’re starting a collection, make sure you get the right ones. I have put together a list of the best houseplants for beginners.Continue reading
I was so happy to have an East facing balcony in my new apartment because my plants would grow so much better. But, the Arizona sun in the summer can be so harsh even in the morning hours.Continue reading
The Poinsettia plant has been a Christmas tradition for decades. But, how can you best take care of this plant so it lasts through Christmas and New Years? Today I’m giving you some simple Poinsettia care to keep them looking their best.Continue reading
Do you have a plant lover on your Christmas list? I’ve put together a list of Christmas gifts for the plant lover in your life and I know they would love anything from this list!
I just received my first order from Mountain Crest Garden’s Ultimate Succulent Club! Each month is a different theme and for November it’s four different cacti.
House plants were so popular in the ’70’s and then they seem to disappear. But, now they’ve made a come back and are more popular than ever. But, what are some ways that you can integrate your house plants into your home decor?
One of my favorite things to have in a garden is a beautiful potting bench. Today I’ve compiled 10 potting bench ideas to give you inspiration for your garden.
Today I’m sharing my aloe collection, plus some care tips. With over 400 species of Aloes, there’s a plant for just about everyone. My Aloe collection consists of 9 specimens and each one is different in size, shape and color.
Today I’m sharing with you some cuttings I received from Mountain Crest Gardens and giving you some care tips for successful growing. Epiphytes are plants that grow on other plants (usually trees) and usually derive their nutrients from the air, water, rain and debris around it. Some of these plants include Orchids, Bromeliads, Air Plants, Ferns, Rhipsalis.