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Anthurium Plowmanii – The Best Care Tips Revealed

Lovers of large tropical evergreens have discovered the wonders of growing Anthurium Plowmanii, of the genus Anthurium, from the family of Araceae, a tree climber indigenous to Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, and Paraguay. In terms of popularity, Plowmanii is fast replacing the more pervasive swiss cheese plant or Monstera. You can grow Anthurium Plowmanii on a tree, …

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Begonia Masoniana (Iron Cross Begonia) #1 Best Care Hacks

Begonia Masoniana is a classic specimen for collectors of exotic foliage plants. It has medium sized, asymmetrical leaves with a puckered, leather-like texture and a bristly feel to them. The distinction is the chocolate brown, cross-shaped markings in the middle of apple green leaves. The markings resemble the Iron Cross symbol used during medieval crusades, …

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Hoya Polyneura Care Tips You Wish You Knew Earlier

The “fish-tail Hoya” or the Hoya polyneura produces narrow and thin leaves. They resemble a fish-tail, hence the nickname. But the leaves aren’t the only thing they produce. They also create gorgeous star-shaped flowers that blow your mind. A Hoya polyneura needs bright but indirect light. This plant needs less water than most but moisture …

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Begonia Odorata Care: Here’s What You Need to Know

Begonia Odorata is an upright Begonia. It has large leaves that are evergreen and are shaped like an oval. The leaves are textured and glossy, which gives the plant a stunning appearance. Basic care for this plant involves moist but well-drained soil, which should have a neutral to acidic soil pH. It is important to …

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Anthurium Ovatifolium Care Finally Explained

Today we are discussing another easy-to-grow Aroid species, Anthurium Ovatifolium. This one is native to the tropical regions of South America, including Columbia and Ecuador. This plant produces large foliage and red-colored berries as it reaches maturity. Anthurium Ovatifolium will thrive in a well-draining orchid mix that is highly rich in nutrients. You need to …

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