Do I Have To Plant Spider Plant Babies?

If you want your spider plant to thrive, then yes, you should plant the babies. Spider plants are propagated through offsets, or plantlets, which form on the ends of their long stems. These babies can be left on the parent plant to grow larger, or they can be removed and planted in their pot. If … Read more

Why Is My Money Plant Leggy? [FIND OUT!]

Money plants are popular houseplants because they are easy to grow and quite interesting to watch, but it can be frustrating when your money plant does not grow as you expect it to. A leggy money plant is usually the result of problems with temperature or lighting, but it could also be caused by under … Read more

Why is my Pilea Falling Over? [ANSWERED]

Pilea Peperomioides (commonly known as the Pilea, Chinese money plant, or friendship tree) is an attractive and popular houseplant that can be found in many homes and offices around the world. What’s not to love about these plants? They are low maintenance, easy to grow, and don’t require much light or water to thrive!  Why … Read more

How to Get Rid Of Gnats in Plants

Gnats are pesky little flies that can invade your home in droves, especially during the summertime months. Many species of gnats live and breed in soil, so one place you’re likely to run into them is inside the soil of potted plants. If you’ve ever had a big problem with gnats in plants before, here … Read more

How to Plant Grass Seed without Tilling

Weeds can be quite the hassle, especially when you’re trying to start your lawn from scratch with grass seed. You might have heard about how easy it is to spread grass seed over your existing lawn, but this isn’t very effective or safe for your new lawn. Here’s how to start fresh and plant grass … Read more

Soil Facts

The healthier your soil, the healthier your plants It’s that simple. Consider your own diet. If you are malnourished, you get sick. The same goes for your plants – they need food to survive. Plants feed off the nutrients in your soil. Except for sunlight, plants draw all their water and food from the soil. … Read more