A little background on what actually happens during a sleep study at a sleep lab or hospital can greatly ease the minds of intended patients.
Natal Mahogany is a finicky but beautiful tree. It's often misidentified and subsequently cared for improperly, leading to a swift fatality. Awareness of the true identity can prevent disaster.
Ficus Lyrata, commonly known as Fiddle Leaf fig has some particular maintenance needs, growth habits, and common issues, understanding will lead to a happy healthy plant.
Elastica may be just what the doctor ordered, if you have been looking for a robust plant with colorful foliage. Look inside the Thoughthole to see just how easy it really can be to take care of this colorful beauty of a houseplant called Rubber plant.
Caring for the popular rhapis palm (lady finger palm) houseplant takes skill. Avoid pitfalls—like overwatering or poor light conditions—associated with this plant.
Do you really know your Lucky Bamboo plant? You may be surprised to find out that you don't. Learn more about this plant, what those flies on bamboo actually are, and care tips.
Interested in adding something very different to your houseplant collection? Check out the barrel cactus. There are some things you will need to know before you make your final decision.
Find out how to provide the best possible lifestyle for Schefflera, a very recognizable and common interior houseplant.
Sleep Paralysis plagues many people, these are my accounts of this intense disruptive nocturnal phenomenon. Look inside the Thoughthole and explore Sleep Paralysis first hand.
Meet the contemporary counterpart of the popular Dracaena houseplants: Dracaena compacta. Read on to learn how to care for these beautiful plants.
Learn everything you need to know about growing Dracaena Reflexa, including watering, general maintenance, and common pests.
Dracaena Lisa is arguably one of the most hearty and widely used indoor plants. Learn more about this stoic, deep green cane plant.
This article shows you how to care for mass cane plant (aka corn plant or Draceana fragrans Massaengea) and how to recognize common problems, especially when the leaves turn brown or yellow.
Aglaonema or Chinese Evergreen is one of the staples of the houseplant world. It is one of the easiest care floor plants available able to adapt to nearly any indoor condition. Look inside the Thoughthole to learn more about proper care for this interiorscape standby.
Should I rotate my plants? This element of houseplant care is often overlooked and produces unsightly results. Learn why rotating is important and the best methods to employ.
Philodendron Congo is a stunning plant with many color varieties, and it's fairly easy to care for as long as you follow some simple guidelines. Learn how to make this plant thrive in your home.
Xanadu, one of the smaller leaved floor plant type Philodendron, what does it want and need in order to be happy and healthy indoors. Look inside the Thoughthole to find out more.
With its wide, showy leaves, philodendron selloum can bring a bit of the tropical rainforest into your interior space. Find out how to best incorporate philodendron hope into your indoor lifestyle.
Philodendron cordatum is a popular vining houseplant with heart-shaped leaves. A little bit of know-how makes it an easy maintenance interior plant. Learn what makes this trailing beauty unique to similar plants and how to make it a snap to care for.
Croton is possibly the most colorful common houseplant. Many do not know its name but recognize its striking color. This extraordinary foliar beauty can be easy to care for as long as you know what you are dealing with. Learn how to protect Croton from spider mites, their main threat.
Aspidistra, or the cast iron plant, will be all that is left in the world of houseplants at the end of the world. Caring for Aspidistra is just a matter of understanding it.
Pothos an incredibly popular houseplant with heart shaped leaves, is considered by many to be one of the easiest plants to care for. Often mistaken for a Philodendron, Pothos is the model for houseplants. Look inside the Thoughthole to learn more about proper care of this staple of the houseplant...
Caring for indoor Ivy may not be a simple as it appears Pests like Spider Mite commonly attack Ivy, and it requires attention to detail indoors that may not be neccessary outdoors. Look inside the Thoughthole to learn the secrets of this traditional favorite.
Not sure how to care for your bird of paradise? Don't despair: With a few tips and tricks, keeping a bird of paradise as a houseplant for many years is fairly simple.
Care for this houseplant may be easier than you think once you gain a little bit of understanding. Ficus come in many, varieties, but most have similar preferences. Find out all you ever wanted to know about this popular indoor plant.
Dracaena Marginata with it's colorful accented foliage has found itself among the most popular houseplants. There are a few things to know about caring for this striking specimen to keep it in good health. Look inside the Thought hole to learn more.
Sansevieria is also known as snake plant, mother-in-law's tongue, or devil's tongue. No matter what you choose to call it, everything you have ever wanted to know about keeping a happy, healthy "Sansevieria" plant lies in this article.
Wondering about Hypnosis. You may have heard many things. Does it really work? Remove the mystery from the topic of Hypnosis, seperate the facts from the falicies.
Have your houseplants' leaves ever grown in as a faded, washed-out green or yellow with dark green veins? Chlorosis is commonly the cause of these symptoms. Learn more about the cause, prevention and treatment of Chlorosis.
Learn the secrets to keeping Poinsettia looking great all season. Poinsettia, a favorite decorative holiday houseplant, used in brilliant colorful displays, and as gifts.
Sticky leaves are usually the first symptom of the indoor plant pest Scale. If your plant looks like it has been sprayed with a can of soda, the leaves and possibly even the floor surrounding your plant are sticky, or you may have noticed some small brown bumps along the leaves and stems, you may...
Some are surprised to learn that the white lint substance on their houseplant is actually a common pest called a mealybug. Learn how to identify, treat, and prevent mealybug infestations.
Are your plant's leaves turning yellow or falling off? Under-watering is only one of the many causes. Don't give up on that plant just yet!
Do you have a beautiful houseplant suddenly covered in webbing? The plant may have a spider mite infestation. Find out more about how to identify and treat these destructive and industrious little pests.
Have you found crunchy yellow or brown tips on the leaves of your beloved houseplants? Discover the probable causes and corrections for this problem.
Orbs, are mysterious floating balls of light caught on camera or video, unseen by the naked eye. Some believe them to be evidence of the afterlife, others nothing more than dust. Look into the Thoughthole and create your own theory.
Fungus gnats are tiny, obnoxious flying bugs that look like fruit flies but are not. They are found in your home or office and are attracted to moisture, but you don't need to throw out all your plants and produce to get rid of them. Learn how to combat fungus gnats.