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Proper Plant Maintenance for Indoor Plants

Posted on: February 7th, 2019 by Beth Blinebury

The type of plant maintenance your houseplants need is going to vary depending on the type of plants you own and the conditions in your home. With the right nutrients and environment, your indoor plants will thrive and add vibrancy to your home. Most indoor plants were first grown in a greenhouse under ideal conditions,…

Tips for Outdoor Garden Design: Philadelphia

Posted on: February 6th, 2019 by Beth Blinebury

Whether you’re new to the City of Brotherly love and looking to settle into your new home with a beautiful outdoor garden or a long-time local looking to spruce up your place, choosing the right plants and design for your outdoor zen garden, balcony, or back sitting area can be quite a challenge. Settling on…

What Is Interior Plant Maintenance

Posted on: February 4th, 2019 by Beth Blinebury

Interior plant maintenance is the art and science of taking care of live plants that are kept in an indoor environment, such as a home or office space. Indoor plants can be a lovely part of your decor and add to your health, peace of mind, and your ability to focus. They help create a…

Using Interior Plants to Decorate Your Home

Using Interior Plants to Decorate Your Home
Posted on: July 20th, 2017 by Beth Blinebury

There are thousands of knick-knacks, clocks, baskets, candles, picture frames, and other items on the market for decorating your residential space. The variety of these items represents the vast array of styles and personal taste that goes into decorating a home. However, not all of the things that look great in your home are inanimate.

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Posted on: March 28th, 2014 by Michele Sokoloff

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Propagating Cuttings and Dividing Plants

Posted on: January 8th, 2013 by Michele Sokoloff

Central Texas gardener John Dromgoole, for Backyard Basics, teaches all he knows about propagating cuttings and dividing plants in this 5 minute video. Watch how he takes cuttings from the various plants and places them in a 50/50 potting soil and perlite mix. He identifies plants such as geraniums, coleus, wandering jew, impatiens, strobilanthes and…

Mandevillas – The Beautiful One

Posted on: January 4th, 2013 by Michele Sokoloff

Monrovia plant expert Nicholas Staddon talks about the newer Sun Parasol varieties of tropical Mandevillas known for their large, showy, tubular flowers. Sun Parasols are valued for their intense flower color and glossy foliage. They are super floriferous and will bloom with shorter daylight hours. We can actually enjoy the flowers as early as February,…