Category: desk plants


desk plants
// July 1, 2022

Wandering Jew – An Introduction Wandering Jew or the Inch plant can be credited for starting the whole trend of plant swapping. Years before indoor plant gardening became a profitable business, friends, family, and fellow plant parents swapped cuttings of the wandering jew. The Wandering Jew is native to tropical and temperate climates and grows…

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air purifying plants
// June 29, 2022

Pothos – An Introduction Pothos is without a doubt one of the easiest houseplants to grow at home. It doesn’t matter if you are an experienced or professional gardener or a completely inexperienced one, pothos is the first plant love of every gardener. With its heart-shaped leaves growing with abandon, the pothos can turn almost…

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desk plants
// June 4, 2022

How to grow and care for Fittonia One of the most compact potted plants for indoor spaces, the fittonia creates a big impact in a small package. A spreading evergreen plant, with delicately veined foliage in silvery white, the veins are so fine and intricate that they look like a network of spidery nerves, earning…

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air purifying plants
// May 20, 2022

Introduction You scroll through any social media feed and all the décor and home posts your likely to come across will have some or the other indoor plant. Indoor plants have taken over every home in recent years and we all know at least one self-proclaimed plant parent. While gardening earlier meant growing plants that…

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air purifying plants
// May 7, 2022

How to grow and care for a peperomia plant With over one thousand varieties, this Mexican and South American native plant is one of the easiest indoor plants for new home gardeners to start their gardening journey. The Peperomia, famously known as the radiator plants, are extremely low-maintenance tropical plants with thick glossy leaves that…

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air purifying plants
// April 9, 2022

  Have you ever dreamed of a holiday in the mountains in the middle of a busy Wednesday? Don’t worry you are not alone; a majority of the working population today gets by through the daily grind in wait for the weekend. Well, this cannot be blamed entirely on work stress, the other major factor…

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