Different mushroom species require different conditions for optimum growth. However, with the right growing conditions and proper harvesting, you can have a steady supply of mushrooms for months.
Blue house plants have blue hues that appear on their leaves, flowers, and stems. There are many species that originate from different parts of the world, all of them with different sizes and rates of growth.
If you are looking for a statement plant to liven up your garden or become a conversation starter in your home, these 10 beautiful tall succulents for the home and garden could be just right for you.
If you’d like to give growing Jalapeños a go, this comprehensive growing guide shares everything you need to know to enjoy some prolifically cropping Jalapeños in a pot or container this summer.
There are so many fern varieties to choose from so if you’re looking to create a beautiful and hardy fern garden, you’re in the right place.
Everybody desires something big – a big, well-paying job, a big house, an expensive car, etc. However, most people draw the line when it comes to enormous indoor plants.
Don’t worry, you’re not doing anything wrong – this is actually a common occurrence with these plants! Elephant ear plants drip for a few reasons, but the main idea is it helps the plant get rid of extra water and moisture.
Dracula celosia has unusual blooms – instead of petals, it has cockscombs. So how do you tend to these exciting plants? Read on to learn more about Dracula plant care.
House plants with many large leaves are the best as they produce the most oxygen during photosynthesis. Look at our top 11 picks.
If you want this fresh and well-loved look in your home, we have shared pointers and a step-by-step DIY guide to help you make a living moss wall for your home.
Paleontologists believe that orchids existed before the Continental Drift, more than 200 million years ago. Let’s look at their symbolism around the world.
Orchids bloom at least once yearly, after which the flowers fall off. If you’re a first-time grower, you might be left asking if the flowers will reappear.
The true-blue orchids include the Boella coelestis, the Blue Vanda, and Thelymitra crinite. Others, mostly Phalaenopsis, are artificially blue.
The best time to repot orchid is one to three years after growing it when the potting mix starts decomposing. In this post, you will learn more about the process.