Part 1. Let’s talk about giving houseplants as Valentine’s Day gifts. They make the perfect gift: living plant, heart-shaped leaves, fun colors, and a daily reminder of you the gift giver.
Let’s talk about propagating Hoya Carnosa houseplants. Propagation is the method of multiplying the houseplants you have with little effort and money. It’s easy and when you’re done, you’ll have several new plants for free!
Let’s talk about propagating the ZZ Plant (Zamioculcus zamiifolia). Propagation is a method of plant reproduction that lets you get more plants without spending a lot of time or money.
We’re going to cover spider plant care and their propagation, so you can have more of these plants for free.
Propagating Peperomia is what we’ll talk about today.
That cute little plant with the wrinkled leaves sitting on your desk? It’s a peperomia. We’re going to talk about how to propagate the peperomia so you can have more of them without spending a lot of money. You can keep them or give them away.
We’re going to talk about pothos propagation.
I want to show you guys the wild world of Snake Plant or Sansevieria propagation. This is a quick primer on how to propagate your sansevieria plant and grow your collection. Without spending a lot of money or time!
Recently, we wrote about some of the houseplants that are toxic to pets, and that could poison your dog or cat.
We thought we should develop a list of houseplants that are safe for your pets in the indoor garden so you could decide which plants you can feel comfortable bringing home.
Want to know what they are?
My First List of Top 10 Favorite Houseplants
I love plants. I am a plant collector, a plant hoarder, or a plant fanatic. Whatever you want to call me, I have quite a few plants and keep searching for the next one!
Poisonous plants might be lurking in your houseplant collection, and might be toxic to your pets! Find out what they are so you can keep your fur babies safe!