A list of indoor plants that not only purify and adds beauty to your home, but is also non-toxic for your cats and dogs.
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.
How to look after your amaryllis plant so that it flowers again another year. Find out what the difference is between Hippeastrum and Amaryllis species.
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...
NASA tested houseplants to see which plants removed the most toxins from indoor air. Here are the top plants and how to grow them. Many are easy care, low light plants.
The propagation of the snake plant is very easy via cuttings or divisions. Cuttings are slightly more complicated than divisions but both are easy none-the-less. Only a few materials are needed to perform divisions and cuttings.
Are you an herbicidal maniac? Do you long to kill a few nice plants in the comfort of your own home or office? Read the article to learn effective, florist-recommended houseplant killing strategies.
Caring for your African Violet is a simple task, and will reward you with a flower show all through the year. This is especially uplifting when winter persists and all seems bleak and colourless outside. Its delicate flowers bloom in a variety...
Beautiful, colorful or unusual house plants do not have to be difficult. These five will give you a lot of enjoyment without having to cater to difficult or temperamental plants.
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.