Skip to Content

Good Nutrients in Soil – Essential NPK Fertilization 101

NPK Values The tree letters NPK stand for the three most essential nutrients in soil that are needed by plants. N stands for Nitrogen, P stand for Phosphorus and K stands for Potassium. In addition, there are other macronutrients in soil such as calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg) and sulfur (S). The proper fertilization is essential …

Nutrients in Soil. NPK Fertilization for plants
Read More about Good Nutrients in Soil – Essential NPK Fertilization 101

Dracaena Plant Care – Best Kept Secrets!

Image source: Source: ProFlowers.com   Dracaena is a family of roughly 120 different species of plants. The name Dracaena is derived from the ancient Greek word for female dragon called δράκαινα, drakaina. Most of the species are native to Africa, but it can also be found in Asia and northern Australia and two species are …

Dracaena Plant
Read More about Dracaena Plant Care – Best Kept Secrets!

Philodendron Spiritus Sancti Care – #1 Best Guide

  Philodendron Spiritus Sancti is the holy grail of plant ownership. If you think Monstera Obliqua and Monstera Adansonii Variegata are rare, hard to get, and expensive, Philodendron Spiritus Sancti tops them in all 3 aspects. The plant itself is found in the state of Espirito Santo near the town Domingos Martins in Brazil and …

Philodendron Spiritus Sancti
Read More about Philodendron Spiritus Sancti Care – #1 Best Guide

The Elusive Variegated Monstera Deliciosa

Monstera Variegata or Variegated Monstera Deliciosa is THE trend in the houseplant community. Variegation means that plants have white or sometimes yellow splashes on their leaves and also variegated sections on their stems and petioles – that’s the stalk where the leaf is connected to –  just to use the botanical correct lingo. Variegation in …

Variegated Monstera Deliciosa plant
Read More about The Elusive Variegated Monstera Deliciosa

Monstera Obliqua Care – Revisited in 2022

There is something about the Monstera obliqua I would like to get off the table from the get-go. Monstera obliqua is often confused with Monstera Adansonii. Multiple plant shops, garden centers, and even plant enthusiasts use the name Obliqua for what is in 99.99% of the cases a Monstera Adansonii. It is not the same …

Monstera Obliqua
Read More about Monstera Obliqua Care – Revisited in 2022