Grow that green thumb

Work is tough, plant care is easy. Tips, tricks, and everything in between.

Grow that green thumb

Work is tough, plant care is easy. Tips, tricks, and everything in between.

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A snake plant potted in a terracotta planter stained with white markings on a windowsill.

How to Wash Terracotta Pots

Terracotta is adored in the plant community for their earthy, natural look and all the benefits the material gives to our houseplants. While there's no doubt that they're the best option for houseplants, over time residue buildup can have them loo...

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A large anthurium potted in a tall vase with long aerial roots trailing down.

What Are Aerial Roots?

Ever notice those weird, worm-like appendages growing from the above-ground parts of your plants? These are called aerial roots, and they’re a natural part of your plant’s growth. They are usually seen on plants that climb in the wild, (think: mon...

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A woman watering her new Rooted plants on a table with books and a Rooted box. The backdrop is a ...

Top or Bottom Watering?

There are different methods for watering plants, each with their own benefits. So, are you a top or bottom waterer? Learn the differences and how to practice both in 3 easy steps. Once you have all the details, you can decide what works best for y...

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An assortment of tropical plants with grow lights hanging above them.

Grow Light 101

All houseplants require light to photosynthesize, fueling their own growth while helping us breathe a little easier. Unfortunately, not everyone's living situation allows for a sun-soaked plant oasis. That's where grow lights come in to save the d...

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Potted tropical plants on a shelf and in shallow crates on the floor with a green and pink wateri...

Determining Light Levels In Your Space

Bringing home a new plant before understanding what you have to offer it in terms of light is basically the same as condemning it to an untimely death. Before you shop, assess your light and figure out which plants are best for you and your space....

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A greenhouse worker used gloved hands to prepare a plant cutting in soil.

Propagation 101: Soil Method

Propagation is the creation of new plants from a parent. It’s an easy and painless (a.k.a free) way to expand your plant collection, all while learning more about the wonders of nature. A common way to clone your plants is through the soil method....

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