Welcome to Eden Indoors
Hello! We’re Chris and Debbie, the co-founders of Eden Indoors.
We’re two plant-obsessed environmental professionals who have embraced their greatest passion (Indoor plants) and begun to shared it with the world.
With the help of our wonderful in-house writing team, Eden Indoors hopes to provide simple, concise, and accessible information that aids you in growing your own lush urban jungle.
Monstera Care Tips
Below are our best beginner friendly tips for growing the wonderful foliage of the Monstera genus. These plants are incredibly adaptable and are easy to grow so make an excellent first addition to a future indoor jungle.
What are the steps you can take to encourage your Monstera plant to develop larger and more dramatic fenestrations in its leaves? Click here for tips...
It's always concerning when a Monstera plant's new leaves are blackened and dying before they even unfurl. Why does it happen and what can you do about it?
Variegated Monstera plants are rare to come by naturally and cost heaps to buy fully grown. So is it possible to graft a low cost cutting onto a non-variegated plant...
The Monstera Albo is highly prized, but growing one is notoriously difficult. Can you successfully propagate them from seeds, or is that just a myth?
Should you be worried if the aerial roots on your Monstera starts shriveling up? Does this happen naturally or is it a sign of a poorly plant?
Will any harm (such as root rot) be caused by submerging Monstera aerial roots entirely in water? Our plant experts provide the answer here.
Does Cacti soil have the same properties as Monstera soil? And can you use the same potting mixture across both plant families? The answer is here..
There are two methods of propagating Monstera Adansonii - in soil and in water - and we're going to help run you through the process of each.
Are the leaves on your Monstera plant falling off? The chances are it's nothing serious but to get your plant back to health, you need to act now!
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Succulent Care Tips
Succulents are a joy to collect and far easier to grow indoors than you might think.
Cute colors, aesthetically pleasing leaf arrangements and bursts of surprisingly vibrant flowers make these guys fan favorites.
Lithops plants can live for a very long time, but how long do they take to grow? How long can you expect to wait before your Lithops is mature?
Lithops plants have to split to continue growing, but when does this split happen and what can you expect to occur when it does?
It's never a good sign when a plant's leaves start to yellow. For hardy plants like the Kalanchoe, what could yellowing leaves mean?
Lithops plants are usually quite firm, as their nickname of "living stone" suggests. If they become squishy or soft, is that a sign that something's wrong?
Do your succulent cuttings have trouble taking root? If so rooting powder can give you the results you need! But how do you use it?
Painted succulents offer aesthetic value, but paint is bad for plants. How can you get rid of paint quickly and efficiently without damaging the succulent?
Shopping for succulents on Etsy offers more choice, better prices and access to knowledgeable and passionate sellers. Here's our top 10 succulent shops.
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Spider Plant Care Tips
Care for a spider plant and you will soon be rewarded with many spiderettes. In fact, lthis plant is perhaps the easiest and most cost efficient way to establish an indoor jungle.
Will spider plant babies or the mother plant suffer if spiderettes remain attached for too long? Is there any benefit to cutting them off? Answers here.
Discover when and why spider plants have spider babies and troubleshoot why your plant might not yet have produced offsets.
Our well looked after spider plant produces so many offsets that we had investigate the best ways to go about planting spider plant babies.