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7 Tips to control Millipedes in Houseplants

Houseplants come with several benefits, such as making a house look warmer and inviting, providing fresh oxygen, removing toxins, and giving it an overall aesthetic look. However, occasionally, these natural beauties may fall prey to diseases and insects. While most infections can be treated easily, others may lead to irreversible damage. One of the most …

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Fairy Castle Cactus Care – How to rock it!

Fairy castle cactus is scientifically known as Cereus or Acanthocereues tetragonus, to be specific. It is a special type of cactus grown in North America.  It also originates in areas such as Mexico, Brazil, and Central America. The name derives from the way the vertical stems grow at various heights with a long pointy stem, …

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Majesty Palm Care Explained in Great Detail

A new plant has recently gained popularity in the world of houseplants, called Majesty Palm. It is a member of the Arecaceae family. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, Majesty Palm is a vulnerable variety. The Majesty Palm or Ravanea Rivularis is found in very limited areas in Madagascar Island, Indian Ocean. …

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Creeping Charlie Houseplant Care from A to Z

The Creeping Charlie Houseplant is a lush succulent variety that grows plenty of leaves. This plant is from the Urticaceae family and is often grown indoors. It can also be grown outdoors as a groundcover, but most growers considered it to be a weed. The Creeping Charlie Houseplant, otherwise called Swedish Ivy, is often found …

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Alocasia Regal Shield Care in a Nutshell

The stunning Alocasia Regal Shield is a cross between an Alocasia Black Velvet and an Alocasia Odora taking its velvety blackness from one and its largeness from the other. Giant black velvety perfectly heart-shaped leaves with slightly ruffled edges and reddish undersides – now who wouldn’t want to own this plant?  If you grow Alocasia …

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