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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Hands holding a hedgehog aloe plant displaying its roots and soil as they prepare to repot it into a terracotta planter.

How to Repot Plants

Spring is here! If you read our blog about spring care, you know it's probably time to upgrade your houseplants' living situation by repotting them. Doing this will replenish nutrients and stimulate growth, resulting in the Hot Plant Summer you de...

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Monstera deliciosa and snake plants in bright lighting

Preparing Your Plants for Spring

Spring is closing in, and your plants are waking up from their long slumber (AKA winter dormancy). Are you feeling those happy feels? We sure are. Let's walk you through how to prep your plants for a successful growing season. Repot your plants....

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An assortment if potted plants, an air plant, and a Rooted spray bottle staged on cinderblocks in front of a beige curtain.

So you bought a plant...

So, you just ordered a plant and you have no idea what to expect. We’ve all been there—it feels like a first date where you’re super excited about the person, but you could also throw up at any moment because you don’t want to ruin it. Here are a ...

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The outside of a greenhouse. The humidity levels are so high that condensation is visible on the glass.

How to Increase Humidity Levels in Your Home

Consider humidity as the holy grail that keeps your tropicals thriving. Many of your houseplants hail from tropical climates all over the world. Oftentimes, the conditions of your home will not be ideal for their survival due to dry air created by...

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A plastic, toy gnome carrying a red watering can next to a real succulent on a windowsill.

How to Water Plants

Water keeps life going. As you (hopefully) already know, this is especially true for your houseplants. Here are three simple steps to properly quench your plant’s thirst. Finger. Stick your finger about two inches deep into the soil. If it feel...

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Bird of paradise and ficus foliage in dramatic lighting.

Keep Your Plants Alive This Winter

We know. There’s too much to think about. Like how to convince everyone at Thanksgiving that you’re a mature, independent adult that doesn't need or have time for a partner but would honestly love it if a gorgeous human came by and sparked a mutu...

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