• Prayer Plant propagation
    Calathea and Maranta,  Propagation

    Prayer Plant Propagation

    Prayer plant propagation is as straight forward as taking node cuttings and rooting them in water. I’ve done this a lot and have a few prayer plants around my home. We cover all you need to know about calathea maranta propagation… Prayer Plant Propagation Prayer Plants, aka Marantas are striking looking plants. Water propagation is definitely the way to go for these beauties. Here is our guide to Prayer Plant Propagation. Just to be clear often Calatheas get called prayer plants, but here we are referring to Maranta, for more info on calatheas please see our Calathea Care articles.  See also: Maranta Lemon Lime, Prayer Plant Propagation In Soil, Prayer…

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  • Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation

    Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation

    Welcome to our guide to Fiddle Leaf Fig propagation. Fiddle Leaf Figs have become immensely popular in the last few years. And for good reason – they look great as small plants, and when they grow bigger they can completely transform both the look and feel of a room with their architectural aesthetic. I own five or six of them which I propagated all from one plant.  Here’s our guide to Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation… See also: Fiddle Leaf Fig Care, Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation In Soil, Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation In Water, Ficus Shivereana Care, Variegated Ficus, Variegated Fiddle Leaf Fig, Rubber Plant Care. Fiddle Leaf Fig Propagation In…

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  • Rubber Plant Propagation

    Rubber Plant Propagation

    Rubber Plant Propagation Welcome to our article on Rubber Plant Propagation. I’ve propagated a lot over the years and I have a few inside my home and outside on my balcony too. Rubber plants are really popular for a reason. Their leaf color and shape are a great way to add green to a room, they can be vertical or branch out and are relatively easy to care for. To propagate a rubber plant you can use various methods, I normally use water propagation as I find it the easiest and I can monitor root growth. I’ll cover this step by step below. I’ll talk about the others too.  See…

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  • Monstera Pinnatipartita
    Monstera,  Plant Care,  Rare Houseplants

    Monstera Pinnatipartita Care

    The key to monstera pinnatipartita care is humidity and well draining compost… Monstera Pinnatipartita Care Summary Light needs: Plenty of indirect sunlight. Watering needs: Check weekly, water if almost all of the soil is dry. Fertilizer: High nitrogen feed once a month in spring and summer. Soil: A well draining potting mix with 20% perlite.  Humidity: 50-60%. Temperature: 18-27°C (64-81°F). Where to buy: Try our list of Rare Plant Shops or Etsy. Common issues: Browning leaves due to overwatering. Introduction I have a couple of these plants, they are often confused for the monstera peru the monstera pinnatipartita is known for it’s rough and bumpy leaves that will fenestrate as…

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  • Marble Queen Pothos cuttings in soil
    Plant Care,  Pothos

    Marble Queen Pothos

    Welcome to our guide to marble queen pothos care… Marble Queen Pothos Care Summary Light needs: Medium to bright indirect sunlight. Watering needs: Check weekly, water if top 50% of soil is dry. Fertilizer: A balanced plant feed once a month in the spring and summer months. Soil: A well draining potting compost with 20% perlite. Humidity: 50%. Temperature: 18°C to 30°C (64-86°F). Where to buy: Try our list of Rare Plant Shops. Common issues: Pests like spidermites. Introduction The marble queen pothos a.k.a. epipremnum aureum ‘marble queen’ is, as the name suggests, a beautifully marbled variegated pothos, with each leaf having a different variegated pattern. I have loads of…

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