Indoor Plants for Low-Light Areas Low-light plants are usually defined as those that can survive in 25 to 75 foot candles – that is, a spot that is 4 to 5 metres from a bright window, just enough light to read by comfortably but where artificial lighting switched on by day would give a brightening effect.… Read More
A Home Without a Coleus Houseplant is not a Home! Many of us have done gardening at some time in our lives and some have carried this hobby indoors. One plant which can spread beauty throughout homes or apartment is the Coleus. Easy to keep alive through even lengthy non attendance and very simple propagation techniques, it can bring much joy to the plant enthusiast.… Read More
Growing Miniature Roses at Home If you’re someone who can go completely nuts over a little baby or a puppy simply because they seem like such small and innocent versions of the regular-sized thing, you’ll complete fall in love with growing miniature roses.
It’s hard to look at one of these tiny things that look exactly as beautiful, as detailed and as complete as a rose and not lose your heart to it.… Read More
Lucky Bamboo Plants – The best no-fuss plants anyone could hope for Whether or not you believe in the luck part of getting lucky bamboo plants, you have to admit that there is something truly captivating and cheerful about them. Those little bundles of slender green bamboo shoots in their little dishes of water can never fail to cheer.… Read More
Many people stick a fake tree in a corner, dust the leaves off every week and call it indoor gardening, but there is much more into it than that. Some people think plants belong and should stay outside, but there are many reasons for starting an indoor garden. For instance, plants don’t only remove carbon dioxide from the air, they also remove many poisonous toxins and pollutants as well.… Read More