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How to Take Care of a Chinese Money Plant

How to Take Care of a Chinese Money Plant

You just brought home a brand-new addition to your plant collection: a Chinese money plant. It’s UFO-like leaves and symbolism for good luck caught your attention right from the beginning- not to mention its charming design-quality aesthetic. Now you can’t wait to plant it in your indoor garden, add it to a decorative planter pot, or use it for propagation to make more Chinese money plants (aka generate more good fortune). One might also recognize this plant as a Pilea peperomioides- its official scientific name. Regardless of what you want to call it, this little houseplant is notorious for its...

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Rare Indoor Plants

Rare Indoor Plants

Everyone loves to have plants at home and on their balconies. But a true plant enthusiast will want some rare and exotic indoor plants at home. There are so many diverse plants, which can make your home feel like a fabulous jungle. Below are a few to consider when planning your green oasis.  Pink princess philodendron This is a beautiful multi-layered plant that has pink patterns and black leaves. It is a rare house plant and the leaves and stem have gorgeous variegation. It needs partial to shady sunlight and grows well in indoor temperatures above 60 degrees. It is...

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Pet Friendly Houseplants

Pet Friendly Houseplants

Pets have an inclination of eating whatever they find fanciful. So, if you have a pet in the house, make sure you have proper knowledge about the plants that are harmful or toxic and the ones which are pet-friendly.

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What is the Difference Between Potting Soil and Potting Mix?

What is the Difference Between Potting Soil and Potting Mix?

A lot of people interchangeably use potting mix and potting soil. If you go to a local nursery to buy potting soil, there is a high chance that you might get potting mix by mistake. Technically, potting soil is nothing but dirt that no longer has the adequate elements necessary to support the growth of potted plants or indoor plants. Potting mix, however, doesn’t have any soil but it is a blend of perlite, peat moss, vermiculite, fine barks, and more. Why should you use a potting mix? A decent potting mix will be a combination of elements that are...

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