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  • How to care for a ZZ plant

    The Zamioculcas zamiifolia, or ZZ Plant, is a tropical seasonal belonging to Eastern Africa. It has actually ended up being preferred worldwide in recent times due to its resistance of a wide variety of problems– a highly reputable houseplant, it can tolerate low light as well as has low tide requirements. Occasionally nicknamed the “Zanzibar Gem,” the ZZ grows smooth, normally glossy […]


  • How to care for a pothos

    The Pothos, or Epipremnum aureum, has the credibility of being one of the simplest houseplants to deal with. Its common name originates from the category it was once classified under– Pothos aureus– and, along with the traditional jade eco-friendly Pothos, there are a couple of various cultivars you can look out for. These consist of the Golden Pothos, which is recognized for […]

  • How to care for a rubber fig tree

    Indigenous to southerly China, Southeast Asia, and Indonesia, Ficus elastica is a species of evergreen tropical tree that makes for an excellent houseplant: It is tolerant of interior light problems, as well as NASA has also recommended its air-purifying buildings. What’s even more, the plant flaunts an uncommon background. Together with Hevea brasiliensis, it has been utilized for its latex […]

  • Fiddle Leaf Fig Care

    Ficus lyrata, or the Fiddle Leaf Fig, is a types of evergreen exotic tree belonging to the tropical lowlands of western Africa. Belonging to the fig/mulberry household, Moraceae, it takes its label from its gigantic environment-friendly leaves: They resemble the shapes and size of fiddles. These fallen leaves are also known for being alternately organized and for displaying foliar polymorphisms, […]

  • Monstera plant care guide

    Monstera are types of evergreen tropical vines and shrubs that are belonging to Central America. They are popular for their natural leaf-holes, which has caused the increase of their nickname, Swiss Cheese Plant. The Monstera’s leaf-holes are called fenestrations and are thought to take full advantage of sun fleck capture on the forest flooring by increasing the spread of the leaf while reducing the mass of leaf […]