Maranta leuconeura Care Guide

Maranta leuconeura is one of those houseplants that I’ve had for longer than I can actually remember! Which, of course is a good sign that it’s a plant that has longevity. These plants are easy going, slow growing houseplants — a great choice for smaller spaces. I particularly love the interesting foliage and way that…

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10 of My Favourite Houseplants To Give As Gifts

For today’s post, I’ve put together a top ten of my favourite houseplants to give as gifts. Plants make excellent presents for all kinds of milestone moments, but they also cater for those everyday gestures of gratitude too. Congratulatory wishes sit alongside ‘thank yous’ or ‘thinking of you’ sentiments, wrapped up in a plant pot-sized…

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Spring Equinox: Repotting Diaries #13

Spring has sprung! According to the astronomical calendar, in the northern hemisphere March 20th marks the first day of Spring. The Spring equinox, or vernal equinox as it’s also known, celebrates the seasonal shift towards lighter days and warmer temperatures. For nature lovers, the Spring equinox inherently brings with it much optimism for new life…

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What causes Houseplants to bloom? Featuring my flowering Tradescantia nanouk — Pilea peperomioides — Tradescantia fluminensis tricolor — Saxifraga stolonifera + String of Hearts

I wanted to share more of a visual post today to celebrate some blooms on a few of my favourite indoor plants. To be clear, I’m not talking about plants such as Orchids or African violets here, but instead I wanted to show how some of our more typical houseplants look when they are in…

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