Houseplant Care Tips
Pest control, optimal nutrition and collectable rare plants are a few of the topics touched upon in our houseplant care knowledge directory.
Do you need to remove houseplants from a room that is to be smoked with a flea bomb? Or is the flea fogger harmless to plants? Experimental results here...
Rubber plants are extremely popular houseplants, but do they have the potential to be harmful to our pet felines?
Fruit flies can be hard to catch, as their small size makes them elusive to many common insect predators. What carnivorous plants can get the job done?
Why not give each plant in your houseplant collection their own unique name. Here are a list of funny names that you could give to your Snake plant.
Buying plants online however has inherent risks and so to prevent a #plantfail here's our pick of Etsy houseplant shops (including secret shopper reviews).
We explore whether it safe to introduce Calathea into your home office should you work from home alongside your feline friend.
Leaves and foliage turning brown is often a sign of danger for a plant....however not always! Case in point being the shield fronds of a Staghorn fern.
One year, your Christmas cactus flowers are yellow, but the next, they've turned pink. Why does this happen and is it a cause for concern?
Carnivorous plants are cool and unique, but they're not always easy to care for. What are the best options for first-time plant owners?
The Pink Princess and Pink Congo seem similar on the surface, but their differences are stark. How can you tell them apart?
Leafless tendrils that grow out from a Boston Fern can appear concerning. What are they and what should you do when you see them?
If you are a lover of tropical houseplants then adding one of these humidifiers in amongst your foliage could be the smartest move you make all year.
Primarily by connecting us to nature, many studies have revealed benefits attained by keeping indoor plants. How might these be applied to your home office?
An exposed root bulb above the soil of a ZZ plant is a concerning sight. Is it a dangerous sign of a rootbound plant, or is it harmless?
Drainage holes are crucial in plant pots for preventing root rot. But what if you're using porous pots, such as those made from terracotta?
Learn why are some plants poisonous to cats, and which houseplants are harmless to bring into a home that is shared with feline friends?
Once applied, how long do systemic insecticides take to provide protection for houseplants that are infested with pests? We investigate here.
If you find a spider has taken up residence in your houseplants, should you grab the bug spray or leave it to be a natural pest controller? Click here for...
By burning candles in close proximity to houseplants are you inadvertently causing harm to your indoor jungle? This post contains all the 'need to knows'.
There are some wonderful plants you can grow indoors to clean and purify the air of everyday toxins and pollutants. Here's a few houseplants to choose from.
Luck comes in many forms, and there are indoor plants that deal with all different elements, from love, to money, and health.
With the huge choice of indoor plants available for sale these days it's pretty easy to become quickly overwhelmed when searching for a desktop plant that's just right for your...
From improved air-quality, to increased productivity at work, houseplants have the ability to improve our working days in multiple ways.
In terms of caring for your indoor plants, using a pebble tray is about as simple as it gets yet the method can be really effective at improving the health...
Whilst almost all houseplants have the ability to purify the air to a certain extent, some plants are especially adept at removing chemicals found in our home and offices.
From resipiratory irritation to physical damage to your skin. It pays to be mindful of allergic reactions that some innocent looking houseplants can cause.
This collection of stunning house plants are rarely found in garden centres or high street plant stores.