Hydroponic Herbs: From Seed to Harvest

Check out our guide on how to grow herbs faster than soil while getting larger harvests. Works for any herb you harvest leaves, seeds, or flowers from (including mint, oregano, and basil), and you can get started with items you mostly already have.

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How to Grow Lavender: A Beginners Guide

Lavender is a beautiful flower that can be grown in many different climates. It is a hardy plant that can tolerate drought and heat. Not only does it smell amazing, but it has a wide variety of uses around the home, such as in aromatherapy, cooking, making soap, making sachets, and more. Not only that,…

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Ditch the Produce Aisle: 21 Vegetables That Grow Well in Small Gardens

When it comes to gardening, one of the most important things you can do is to create a diverse garden that provides a variety of different foods you can eat. Unfortunately, not everyone has access to large plots of land and abundant space. If you’re in this category, here are a few vegetables that grow…

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How Many Petals Does a Rose Have?

When giving your loved one a bouquet of fresh red roses, you might not count every single petal on every flower. However, it’s an excellent question to ask if you’re breeding roses or remotely interested in the flower. Roses may look alike, but if you look at them closely, you may notice they have different…

Are Monstera Plants Poisonous to Pets? (Leaves, Stems, & Fruit)

If you’ve ever found a bite taken out of one of your houseplants, you may have had that moment where your heart sinks. How bad is this going to be? The ASPCA lists monstera as being toxic to cats & dogs. (And people.) That doesn’t mean that monstera is deadly, though. The primary symptoms of…

Are Hoya Plants Poisonous? (& Allergy Info)

Hoya plants are a popular household plant. They are easy to care for and come in a variety of colors. If you’ve got kids or pets, though, you might be wondering if they’re poisonous. They are generally safe plants, but there are some things about them you may need to know. Are Hoya Plants Poisonous…

11 Best Orchids to Add to Your Terrarium

Orchids are surprisingly low-maintenance plants and will remain in bloom for several weeks at a time. With close to 200,000 natural and hybrid varieties to choose from, there’s a unique orchid just waiting to be added to your terrarium.  Some orchid varieties are epiphytic, meaning they grow in air and do not need to be…

11 Great Spiky Houseplants for YOU to Grow

Spiky houseplants add interest to interior decor. They aren’t your typical indoor plants, so they make great conversation starters. Most houseplants with spikes will be in the succulent or cacti family. These two plant families are closely related, and plants from either family will be low-maintenance and easy to grow. Some of the most common…

Why Your Peace Lily Won’t Flower

Peace lilies are a popular choice for house plants due to their beautiful appearance and generally low-maintenance lifestyle. However, if your peace lily isn’t flowering with its beautiful white spathes, you’ll want to check its conditions and make adjustments. Peace lilies typically only bloom in spring and autumn (for around a month each), so if…