5 houseplant FAQs answered

Before I start the main body of this post, I just wanted to acknowledge that I’ve finally hit 50 posts on this blog and thank everyone who has been reading. When I started this blog, I hoped, but didn’t to gain a readership. I kind of prepared myself to shout into the void, or rather,Continue reading “5 houseplant FAQs answered”

A Quick update and 10 photos

Hi there, everyone! Just a quick update: I’ll be pretty inconsistent with posting over the next few weeks due to exams, winter enrolments, work and the like, but hey, distance makes the heart grow fonder, right? Wish me luck, and if you have any topics that you want me to write about, email me viaContinue reading “A Quick update and 10 photos”

Up your plant game: 5 Plant FAQs answered

1. How can I increase humidity without damaging my home/furniture? Some people use humidifiers in their home to take care of calatheas, ferns and other high humidity plants. Personally, I don’t do this because it has the potential to cause damage to paint and wood. There are a few things you can do to ensureContinue reading “Up your plant game: 5 Plant FAQs answered”

The 5 Unkillables

Ever read the book The Killables by Gemma Malley? I’m going to introduce you to The Unkillables, 5 plants who will survive just about anything that indoor environments can throw at them. Obviously, this is just puffery: all plants have their strengths and weaknesses, and these plants are no different. However, they’re low maintenance overContinue reading “The 5 Unkillables”

Plants for your home office

More than ever, people are now working from home where possible because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, it is a good idea to organise your space to maximise productivity. When you can truly enjoy being in a space without being distracted by it, you’ll get the most done. Plants not only add to yourContinue reading “Plants for your home office”

Epipremnum Aureum (Golden Pothos)

Epipremnum Aureum is a vining aroid also known as Golden Pothos or Devil’s Ivy. It is extremely popular because of how quickly it grows, its ability to survive under most conditions, and its aesthetic appeal. It is a great house plant to gift to beginners, especially since it is so easy to propagate from cuttings.Continue reading “Epipremnum Aureum (Golden Pothos)”

Lights, camera, plants!

Light is an important food source for our plants. As such, it’s important to understand what level of light our plants need. Here, I’ll be covering the basics of how light applies to our houseplants, as well as what kinds of plants do well in each light condition. Light can be split up into 4Continue reading “Lights, camera, plants!”