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If you’re finding that your snake plant’s not growing as you’d expect, chances are it’s either lacking in something it needs, or you have a miniature variety making it impossible for it to grow bigger than it already it is. Did you know there are over 70 varieties of Snake Plants? And some of those are dwarf varieties so if you can’t get your snake plant to grow, maybe it’s just because it can’t. Snake…

Feeling defeated when you look at your orchid? Wilting leaves are a worry but it’s not a sign that your orchid is beyond revival. When you notice your orchid with limp leaves, curling at the tips or crinkling, it’s just a symptom of something gone wrong in the growing climate.Spot it early enough and it can (usually) be fixed and easily. Keep reading to discover why your orchid has wilting leaves, looks limp and (sometimes)…

A number of issues can lead to a peace lily dying. From the wrong growing temperatures, chilling damage to any part of the plant, or pests robbing the peace lily of essential nutrients it needs for buds to open, causing flowers to die before they get a chance to bloom. Discover the pertinent information you need to know to stop a peace lily from dying and revive it back to health, or give your buds…

Spider plants are some of the coolest indoor plants that you will find. So many people love keeping them in their houses and they often last for many generations. The longevity of these plants should tell you that they’re actually fairly hardy but this doesn’t mean that they can’t die. You might have noticed some issues with your spider plant as of late that will lead you to believe that it’s dying. If you’ve noticed…

Ponytail palms have become increasingly popular due to how cool they look. You probably already know that lots of people enjoy keeping ponytail palms in their homes. It’s very likely that you already have one yourself and you might be wondering how you can get the most out of your ponytail palm. Some people are interested in trying to grow multiple trunks on a ponytail palm. Is this possible? And what can you do to…

Lots of people enjoy keeping Chinese money plants in their homes and you might even have more than one of these right now. They’re very common and they’re actually pretty easy to take care of overall. However, it’s also common for people to have to deal with drooping leaves or curling leaves when taking care of these plants. What is causing your Chinese money plant to have its leaves start curling? Well, there are actually…

Your Calathea plant is something that you really enjoy having around and you want to make sure that you’re taking care of it right. This is a fun plant to care for and many people like keeping them indoors. They’ve become one of the more common houseplants that you will encounter, but some have noted concerns about seeing their Calathea plants start to droop. If your Calathea plant starts to droop, then does this mean…

Lots of people like to keep bromeliads in their houses because they’re very pretty overall. If you’re one of the many who has a bromeliad plant, then you know just how nice they can be. However, some people get distressed when they notice that a bromeliad flower is starting to turn brown. What does it mean when this happens and is it related to something that you did wrong? Actually, this is simply a sign…

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