How to Grow Hoya Australis (Varieties + Propagation)

Hoya australis is an evergreen vining houseplant with vintage indoor excellence. It has low maintenance but rewarding growing outcomes even with some neglect in looking after it. Knowing Hoya Australis Native to Eastern Asia and Australia, these subspecies remain more popular in Australia. They are found growing naturally along the Queensland coast to Cape York. … Read more

KBG vs Tall Fescue Grasses: (Qualities for Choice + Pictures)

While both Kentucky bluegrass and tall fescue are ideal for your lawn, physiological and physical differences could have a say in terms of what to choose to grow. Telling the two apart is easy. Kentucky Bluegrass or Tall Fescue? (with Pictures) Highlights in major differences (table). Kentucky Bluegrass Tall Fescue Grows relatively slower Grows faster … Read more

How to Grow Anthurium Crystallinum Houseplant (With Pictures)

Plants from the Anthurium genus are known to be long-lasting and bold. They can still thrive in cold temperatures, though nothing beats their growing momentum than keeping them in warm conditions. This Crystallinum is surprisingly hardy. Are Anthurium Crystallinum plants easy to care for? With any indoor plant with growth specificities, it may seem difficult … Read more

Scindapsus Pictus Exotica: Indoor Growth & Care

An evergreen Araceae family member, scindapsus pictus is an easy-to-care-for plant. This one is neither a pothos nor a philodendron. Even with minimal care, the dark heart-shaped leaves of this hoya make it one of the delightful houseplants. The silver-splashed leaves do not fade easily. They bring or restore a calm indoor touch. What is … Read more

Bantel’s Sensation (White Snake Plant) Care + Sale

White stripped snake plant (sansevieria Bantel’s) is a sensational houseplant type you should have indoors. It is a low-maintenance plant yet stands out. The white Bantel’s sensation, in particular, has striking visual appeal. Explore our tips on care requirements including light, watering, repotting, fertilizer, pests, and diseases. Why Sansevieria Trifasciata Bantel Sensation? Benefits The Bantel’s sensation … Read more

Hoya Macrophylla Snow Queen Splash

Hoya macrophylla ‘Snow Queen’ is a vining epiphytic plant in the family Apocynaceae. Like many other hoya macrophylla plants, this one too originates in Southeast Asia. The botanical or scientific name is Hoya macrophylla ‘Snow Queen’. Why Hoya Macrophylla Snow Queen Here are some general and specific facts and bits that make hoyas attractive and liked even … Read more

Hindu Rope Plant (Hoya Compacta) Care

The Hindu rope plant is a waxy semi-succulent that’s really a slow grower. It originates from Southern India – where it is native. In its natural habitat, the plant adapted to feed and nourishes mainly from air and surfaces of other large growth and vegetation. Therefore it is epiphytic in nature. If you love orchids, … Read more

Hoya Heuschkeliana Variegata Ultimate Care Tips

Potted Hoya Heuschkeliana houseplant Are you really after the hoya collection hype? If so, this is one of those sensational variegated kinds of plants. There is every bit in this houseplant’s physical appearance and uniqueness. At a glance, this variegated houseplant may be confused with hoya Krimson princess. Knowing a Hoya Heuschkeliana Variegata This hoya … Read more

How to Grow Hoya Kerrii: Care (with Pictures)

A Valentine’s Day heart-shaped hoya kerrii is a charming, lovable, and bewitching plant. It defies all sorts of odds including care neglect and pest attack. If you are a Valentine’s Day cupid corner or just a crazy plant lover, this houseplant is what you should think of in your next gift purchase. Knowing a Hoya … Read more

Asparagus Fern Turning Yellow: (Why + Quick Fixes)

Garden asparagus fern (Asparagus densiflorus) is susceptible to yellowing due to care issues and unsuitable growth conditions. The outdoor fern plant normally turns yellow during the winter. Common problems that result in them turning yellow include underwatering, low light, poor nutrition and low temperature. NOTE: This fern is not a real asparagus plant. How do … Read more