Carnivorous plants are used to growing in tough, hostile natural environments. How does that affect their needs in terms of soil pH levels?
The Wandering Jew plant can be easily propagated in water. But can it grow there permanently, or does it eventually need to be moved to soil?
Kiln fired clay pebbles such as LECA have properties which make them an ideal substrate for plant growers into hydroponics and hydroculture.
African violet soil is designed specifically to meet the needs this titular plant, but can it be used to also meet the care needs of Christmas cactus?
Coffee grounds are commonly used by many plant-owners. But do Boston Ferns like them, or is coffee too risky to use for these fronds?
Adding organic matter to houseplant soil usually isn’t a bad idea. But what about orange peel? Is this citrus rind too acidic to be good for houseplants?