Monstera Leaves Curling: Causes + Fix Steps

Is your monstera plant leaves curling? Curling leaves is a common problem for these houseplants. Besides watering and fertilizer problems, factors such as unfavorable house conditions and care-related issues may contribute to leaf curl. These factors include low humidity, dry indoors, drafts and pest infestation. Monstera, also called Swiss Cheese Plant, is a houseplant with … 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

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

Hoya Compacta Variegata (Hindu Rope Plant) Care

Variegated hoya compacta is an easy-to-grow vining plant with twisted, curly, and waxy foliage. What makes it stand out the most are the beautiful flowers it bears in clusters. The plant will be happy in outdoor sunny spots. To let it perform at its best, keep this Carnosa variegata pest-free. The foliage may offer tiny … Read more

Propagating a Prayer Plant: Division, Stem & Seed

Do you grow new Maranta plants from cuttings, by root division or from seeds? These means of raising new prayer plant generations are practical. However, stem cuttings and root division often outweigh growing from seeds. It is worth noting that the main objective is to produce young replica of the same species, but healthy ones. … Read more

Epipremnum Pinnatum Variegata: Growth & Care Guide

The variegated Epipremnum pinnatum is one of the beauties among the fenestrated houseplants. I set my eyes first on this one when I wanted to know more intriguing bits about variegation in plants. As a highly hunted-for plant, its fenestrated leaves are an eye-catcher. And if you’re really about any brilliant houseplant, this could be … Read more

Snake Plant Root Rot, Treatment, Signs + Prevention

One of the reasons why snake plants die is root rot. It is one of the common problems that your Dracaena trifasciata may face at one point in time. Having firsthand signs can help you save the houseplant. Root rot is more of a condition than a disease. Notably, because it tends to develop from growing and … Read more

Hoya Mathilde Splash Care & Maintenance

Hoya Mathilde is a slow-growing hybrid and rare houseplant. A cross-pollination product between a carnosa and Serpens, this one is easy to maintain. It is cheaply propagated using stem cuttings or layering methods. Knowing a Hoya Mathilde What is a hoya mathilde? This is a perennial houseplant with characteristic waxy foliage. This foliage comprises trailing … Read more

Lemon Lime Philodendron vs. Neon Pothos Plants

Philodendron lemon-lime and neon pothos are two different houseplants but quite easy to confuse. Even if you don’t have both on your houseplant list, you can tell the two apart with our easy tips. The main differences between these two popular houseplants occur in leaves. These include differences in leaf shape and texture. The variations … Read more