Ficus lyrata, commonly known as the fiddle-leaf fig, is a species of flowering plant in the mulberry and fig family Moraceae. It is native to western Africa, from Cameroon west to Sierra Leone, where it grows in lowland tropical rainforest
- Light – Needs Bright, Filtered Light. …
- Watering – Keep soil evenly moist at all times. …
- Fertilizer – Feed bi-weekly with a weak green plant liquid solution during the growing season.
- Repotting -Change dirt and transplant to a a larger pot annually.
As the plants in the garden are waning, this is a perfect time to start looking for indoor opportunities to nurture a green thumb, and cactus collections are a great way to play with plants while reducing (as much as possible) the risk that you will kill something. Cacti come in all shapes and sizes and offer collectors the opportunity to play with color and shape in much the same way that an art collector might curate a collection of sculpture.
Really Easy, Low Maintenance
- Water once every two weeks
- The White Princess loves bright light
- Let the soil dry out in between waterings
- The perfect indoor plant as its likes to be warm
- That is pretty much it. Sit back with your feet on the table & watch this beautiful green creation grow in all of its glory!
Where To Put Me?
Fool-Proof Guide to Keeping Me Alive!
- Living Room
Asplenium nidus comes from eastern tropical Africa, northern Australia, and tropical Asia. While it can be either epiphytic or terrestrial, it’s fond of rich organic matter. It often can be found living in bromeliads or on palm trees in its natural environment. It’s also wildly popular as a houseplant, with light to medium green leaves that are reminiscent of banana leaves in appearance.
Echinocactus grusonii, commonly known as mother-in-law’s cushion, stands out especially due to its golden spines, which form a beautiful contrast to the lush green of the cactus’ body. In addition, this cactus species is exceptionally robust and does not come with many requirements in terms of tending. Learn from these professional care instructions what exactly it is that your cactus needs.
Tulip flowers are usually cup-shaped with three petals and three sepals. There’s a tulip for every setting, from small “species” tulips in naturalized woodland areas to larger tulips that fit formal garden plantings from beds to borders. The upright flowers may be single or double, and vary in shape from simple cups, bowls, and goblets to more complex forms. Height ranges from 6 inches to 2 feet. One tulip grows on each stem, with two to six broad leaves per plant.
The lucky bamboo grown in it’s native country (West Africa) can grow up to 5ft tall (or much more), and as a house plant up to approximately 2 or 3 feet. There are various cultivars of this plant and some of the most interesting are the twisted stalk types which are trained by specialist growers.
The name lucky seems to have been given by the Chinese that practice feng shui and believe in this plant brings good fortune into a home or workplace.