Hydro plants: A simple guide to growing in water

I’m not sure if hydro plants are also trending elsewhere in the world, but they certainly are here in Australia. When you think about it, it makes a lot of sense that people are getting into hydro: The houseplant hobby has expanded exponentially since the pandemic hit, but as people are increasingly returning to theirContinue reading “Hydro plants: A simple guide to growing in water”

Cost-effective terrarium building in 3 simple steps

Since we’ve been teetering precariously on the precipice of the scorching, dry Australian summer, I’ve had to put my terrarium dreams on hold as of late. I mean, can’t exactly go out and harvest moss on hot, sunny days. In my past setups, I’ve mainly steered clear of moss on account of believing that IContinue reading “Cost-effective terrarium building in 3 simple steps”

3 tips to pet-proof your houseplants

I’ve often heard my friends say things like “I wish I could have indoor plants, but it just wouldn’t work out because I have pets.” It’s a shame that people think that they can’t have indoor plants just because they own pets, because it should never really be an ultimatum. Owning pets and owning plantsContinue reading “3 tips to pet-proof your houseplants”

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”

Chlorophytum comosum (Spider Plant)

Spider plants are beautiful, hardy plants that can survive in low light, and need minimal nutrients. In fact, sometimes I’m quite sure the only things that will survive the apocalypse are Queen Elizabeth II, cockroaches and spider plants. They’re known for removing harmful chemicals from the air, as well as how prolific they are inContinue reading “Chlorophytum comosum (Spider Plant)”