Category Plant Care

How to Fix a Broken Money Tree Stem

Having a money tree plant with a broken stem can be discouraging, especially if you’ve put time and effort into its growth. Known scientifically as “Pachira aquatica” these braided trunks symbolize good fortune but they also require proper care to thrive. This blog article is here to provide…

How To Keep Your Snake Plant Upright

Are your snake plant leaves drooping or bending? Fear not, this is a common problem many indoor plant owners face. This blog post will provide you with effective tips and tricks on how to keep your beloved snake plant upright and healthy. Let’s dive in and bring your leaning…

How Many Pepper Plants Per 5 Gallon Bucket

The Standard Recommendation: One Plant Per Bucket Planting peppers in a 5-gallon bucket is becoming popular among gardeners due to its convenience and space efficiency. For most pepper varieties, it’s typically best to plant just one per bucket. This guideline…

Make Your Spider Plant Bushier

5 Clever Ways To Make Your Spider Plant Bushier

Are your spider plants looking less lush and full than you’d like? Spider Plants, known for their resilience and appealing aesthetics, can sometimes grow spindly rather than bushy. If this sounds familiar, our article will provide you with five clever ways to encourage a thicker growth pattern in…

How To Prevent And Treat Sunburned Succulents

Tips To Prevent And Treat a Sunburned Succulent

Are your beloved succulents showing signs of sunburn? It’s a little-known fact that even desert-dwelling plants like succulents can suffer from too much sunlight. This article is here to guide you through the risks and remedies associated with succulent sunburn, helping you protect these unique plants…

Holes In Snake Plant Leaves

Holes In Snake Plant Leaves

Have you noticed holes appearing on your snake plant leaves? It’s a common concern for many plant enthusiasts, with pests and overwatering often being the primary culprits. This guide aims to address the root causes, whether it’s pests, improper watering…