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Sansevieria Care — The #1 Best Guide

Sansevieria grows erect with sword-shaped leaves. It is a member of the Agave family (Agavaceae) according to the University of Florida and consists of about 60 species. The University of Maine adds that Sansevieria is also known as Mother-In-Laws Tongue or just Snake plant. Also known as the snake plant, it’s a low-maintenance plant that …

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Pothos Plant Care – The #1 Best Guide & Infographic

  Pothos or Epipremnum aureum is most commonly referred to as the Golden Pothos.  The name is associated with the leaves that are a mixture of green and yellow mottling. This houseplant is found in the family Araceae or the flowering plants. My first memory of a houseplant is actually a Pothos or multiple pothos …

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ZZ Plant Care – Best Plant Guide [+1 Free Infographic]

The ZZ plant or Zamioculcas Zamiifolia, also known as the Zanzibar gem, is a straightforward and easy to care for houseplant. It has dark green, glossy leaves and is growing tubers underneath the ground. This succulent plant thrives on neglect and will grow in darker corners of the house or office. To provide the best …

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Spider Plant Care – #1 Best Guide

The Spider Plant or Chlorophytum comosum by its botanical name is a plant in the Asparagaceae family. The University of Vermont adds that these houseplants are also called airplane plants because of the plantlets hanging down the spindly stems. It is one of the most popular houseplants thanks to its low maintenance, its beautiful green …

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Calathea Roseopicta Care – #1 Best Tips&Tricks

Calathea Roseoptica is the ideal plant to get a tropical vibe going.  Calathea Roseopicta is also called the Rose-Painted Calathea. With large, flashy leaves this plant becomes the tropical statement. But how do you care for this plant? Calathea Roseoptica Care Calathea Roseoptica prefers humid soil using a peat-based potting mix or regular potting soil …

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