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#1 English Ivy (Hedera Helix) Best Care Hacks

English Ivy (Hedera Helix) is a highly popular and one of the most recognizable houseplants. It is a flowering plant in the family of Araliaceae, just as the equally popular Dwarf Umbrella Tree. While English Ivy is certainly appreciated as a houseplant, many outdoor gardening enthusiasts dislike it for its invasive nature. When grown as …

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Peperomia Obtusifolia Care Done the RIGHT Way

There are many Peperomias out there. About 1600 species to be more exact.  Peperomia obtusifolia with its fleshy, dark green leaves is one of the more popular Peperomia species commonly grown as a houseplant.  Peperomia obtusifolia is native to Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean.  The plant also goes by the name of Baby Rubber Plant …

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Bottlebrush Tree – Amazing Care Secrets 101

Bottlebrush tree or Callistemon citrinus. is an evergreen shrub named for the spikes of the flowers that grow at the end of the branches, with a close resemblance to a bottle brush. They can tolerate humidity and can be grown as shrubs or trees that can get 15 feet tall—most varieties of bottlebrush bloom with flowers …

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Monstera Standleyana Care – How not to kill it

The Monstera standleyana (also known as the Five Holes Plant) is a gorgeous climber plant. It has colourful variegated leaves and even holes. One of these plants will twist up your indoor trellis. Or the vines hang from your hanging pot. It sprouts the holey leaves every plant lover has come to cherish. The Monstera …

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