Most houseplants require a few specific things in order to prosper. These things include oxygen, water, some type of support and nutrients. But with hydroponic plants what you do is simply replace the medium of nutrients and support from soil to water and a bottle-neck vase
Pathos is a common indoor plant known for its long growing vines and easy no fuss maintenance. This popular plant has been genetically modified by researchers to rid the home of pollutants.
As a plant parent and décor lover we're always on the look out for inspiration. One of the best aways to learn about plants is the old fashion, through books. Get cosy, kick up you feet and channel that creative inspiration while learning how to take care of your darling Ficus, succulents, cacti and air plants.
Succulents are beautiful, colorful plants that brighten any indoor environment and best of all, are easy to take care of. Their thick and fleshy leaves help the plants store water and do not require a lot of attention. Certain type of succulents thrive better indoors and should be kept in a well lit environment that mirrors the dessert climate that they are use to.
There are many different types of cuttings that can be used to propagate plants. Here are four easy steps to get you started.