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You’d be right to be concerned about your hibiscus leaves curling up. It’s a sign that something’s not quite right. What though? It could be one of many things, however, with hibiscus, there’s certain things that are common knowledge among experienced gardeners that the novice growers aren’t aware of, until it’s too late. Find the fix to stop the curling and help your hibiscus bloom! Check Your Container and Potting Mix Every species of hibiscus…

Spider plants have become very popular among houseplant enthusiasts, and you might be excited to add one of them to your home. If you just started caring for a spider plant in the last few months, then you might be concerned if it doesn’t appear to be growing. Is there something that you’re doing wrong or do spider plants just grow very slowly? Read on to learn about what you can do when a spider…

Basil plants can be bought from the store, but they’re sold on the premise of fast turnover with a lifespan of just two short weeks. It’s a longer shelf life than pre-packaged fresh basil that usually lasts just 5-days but figuring out how to keep a basil plant alive will prove trickier than you likely imagined. Truth is, potted basil plants sold in stores are intended to have a short lifespan. They’re the consumer plant…

Ponytail palm plants are beautiful, and so many people love keeping them in their homes. They can be a stunning addition to your house, but you do need to know how to take care of them. If you recently started caring for a ponytail palm, then you might be worried if things don’t seem to be going well. If you’re noticing that your ponytail palm looks as if it’s dying, then you could be concerned…

The peace lily is a popular plant that many people love to take care of. If you’ve been caring for a peace lily for a little while, then you might be concerned if it doesn’t seem to be growing. Is there something that you’re doing wrong that is causing the peace lily not to grow? Well, there are actually many things to consider, and you’ll want to dig deeper to try to determine what is…

Pine trees are native to most locations within the Northern Hemisphere and give many regions green scenery and rich natural habitats. While pine trees are some of the oldest on Earth at over 200 million years old, they are not the fastest. How fast your pine tree grows may affect your decision to plant it in your garden or yard, although there are other factors you should consider, whatever your plan. What Are the Fastest-Growing…

Mandevilla vines are vibrant bloomers and popular in summer gardens. It’s also best to grow these vines in containers so that you can overwinter them indoors. They won’t bloom indoors but they will give you a lush trailing foliage plant with plenty of greenery to brighten any indoor space. Unless, that is, you see the leaves on your mandevilla turning yellow, in which case, take it as an early sign that your plant needs some…

The zinnia is one of the most beautiful flowering plants in the world. It has some of the most beautifully colored flowers that you will ever see, and it’s a fantastic plant for people who want to paint their garden in multiple hues. The zinnias are generally quite hardy plants, but they can be exposed to different situations that can cause the plant to turn brown and eventually die. The zinnia generally has lush green…

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