What Do I Do With an Orchid When the Flowers Fall Off
Because of their gorgeous flowers, orchids are generally kept for ornamental purposes. When they bloom, their bright and beautiful flowers light up the whole place. However, when their flowers fall off, and you are left with just the leaves and stems, it's like an entirely different plant. The beauty of orchids lie in their flowers, but it is tough...
Do Succulent Leaves Grow Back
Does your succulent plant have droopy yellow leaves? Has this change made you scratch your head in confusion? Are you worried that the succulent leaf might fall out? The sad state of your succulent plant has probably left you to wonder, do succulent leaves grow back? If you're frantically looking for a way to save your succulent leaves, you're at...
succulents
Coming in a wide array of species, the succulent is a botanical curiosity that has captured the hearts of countless plant-enthusiasts over the past few years. Since late in 2015, these adorable little geometric oddities of nature have taken center stage across the internet. Relatively hardy, resilient, and rewarding to propagate and care for, the succulent is a stylish...
Echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 10a to 10b Temperature resistance Not frost-hardy Growth speed Fast Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’ Ideal conditions Echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’ love light and should thus be placed under full sun. Place a pot with your ‘Rainbow Bursts’ near a window to ensure that it gets enough light. In terms of cold, echinobivia ‘Rainbow Bursts’ aren’t cold-hardy and don’t do well in...
Mammillaria Matudae
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Medium Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9b to 11b Temperature resistance Not cold-hardy Growth speed Medium Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Mammillaria Matudae "Thumb Cactus" Ideal conditions Like many other succulents, Mammillaria Matudae "Thumb Cactus" likes warmer temperatures, requires little water, and needs partial to full sun. It will do best outdoors, but if you have an indoor spot that receives sunlight all day long, the Thumb Cactus may...
How Much Do Orchids Cost
It would be very odd to find a person who has no idea what an orchid is. On the off chance that you do not know what an orchid is, let me help you out. Orchids are popular flowering plants known for their colorful blooms, exotic appearance, fragrant smells, and their general ornamental value. They come in a number...
How Fast Does Aloe Vera Grow
Aloe Vera remains a perennial favorite plant for the kitchen – not to mention the rest of the house. Not only does this plant do well in the kitchen environment, but it also makes for a handy natural first-aid kit in a pinch. Cut off the tip of one of the spears and use the cool gel to treat...
Orchis Purpurea
If you are a fan of the color purple and are a lover of orchids, then this article is most certainly made for you.  The color purple is the product of a mixture of red and blue. It serves as a balance of the intensity of red and the calmness of blue.  Historically, due to the fact that the color...
  Light requirements Medium Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Small Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9a to 11b Temperature resistance Mildly frost-hardy Growth speed Fast Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Mammillaria Gracilis Fragilis Monstrose 'Arizona Snowcap' Ideal conditions Requiring partial sun, Mammillaria Gracilis Fragilis Monstrose 'Arizona Snowcap' is fairly easy to grow both indoors and outdoors. It is also relatively frost-hardy (survives in minimum 20 to 25 F/-6.7 to -3.9 C), though it shouldn’t be exposed to low...
Opuntia Microdasys
  Light requirements High Water requirements Low Ease of care Easy Size Very large Toxicity Non-toxic Zone 9a Temperature resistance Mildly cold-hardy Growth speed Slow Indoor growing Suitable   Taking Care Of Opuntia Microdasys "Bunny Ears" Ideal conditions Opuntia Microdasys "Bunny Ears" is best to grow outdoors for two reasons – it thrives under partial to full sunlight, and it will easily grow to its natural height of 3-4 feet outdoors where there is enough space for it. Indoor keeping is also...