Light: Bright but filtered or diffused sunlight is sufficient to ensure healthy growth of this plant (near bright east or south window).
Water: Water regularly and thoroughly because infrequent watering can cause leaves of your dieffenbachia to become brown and unattractive.
Water, then allow the soil to drain and empty excess water. This is necessary to prevent root rot.
A well-draining potting mixture should be used. Let the soil dry out to about an inch down before you water again. Drooping yellow leaves may be a sign of overwatering.
Temperature: The ideal temperature range for growing a Tropic Snow Dumb Cane is 70 to 80 degree.
Fahrenheit during the day, and 60 to 65 degree at night. Plant can tolerate 50 degrees Fahrenheit without damage but avoid cold drafts. If plants becomes too cold, the leaves will turn yellow and droop.
Echinocactus grusonii, popularly known as the golden barrel cactus, golden ball or mother-in-law’s cushion, is a well known species of cactus, and is endemic to east-central Mexico
- Keep your cactus at low to moderate temperatures averaging between 50 and 75â„‰ during the day. …
- The golden barrel cactus grows best when given plenty of sunlight. …
- During warm months, you should water your golden barrel cactus on a regular basis whenever you start to notice the soil drying out.
This classic cactus has large, flat, dusty green paddles with lots of sharp thorns. The thorns are evenly distributed across the pads and also form an areola at the tip of each pad.
In addition to stationary thorns, the prickly pear also produces loose thorns called “glochids”. These thorns are barbed and can fasten onto skin and clothing.
With all of these thorns, it’s a bit hard to understand why the Opuntia is such a popular ornamental cactus until you see the blossoms, which grow from the areola of thorns.
Locate the indoor panda plant in medium to bright light. As with most succulents, soil should be allowed to dry between waterings. In fact, watering is a limited part of panda plant care. When you do water, do so completely while giving the plant the infrequent drink
The Pink Quill Plant, or Tillandsia cyanea, is one sweet little plant. Although these are much smaller than the other commonly sold bromeliads, like the Aechmea that I showcased last week, the size of their flower makes up for that. It’s not only a very easy and tough houseplant, but it handles dry conditions like a champ. This is all about Pink Quill Plant care and the things you need to know to keep it keepin’ on.
In case you didn’t know, tillandsia is the genus for air plants. What makes this bromeliad so cool, along with its big bloom in relation to the size of the plant, is the fact that it’s sold as an air plant as well as in a pot. It does equally well growing either way and I’ve even seen it in large (2′) kissing ball form.
Anthurium is a popular guest and not just in your home. The plant is loved by its shiny green leaves are colored bracts and cheerful flask. Thus you give your interior an instant red, pink, purple, orange, yellow, white or green boost. Try Just try not to be cheerful
As much as the Aloe Vera is used to hot and dry fields and often does not require water for a period of several months, regular watering is recommended. In dry periods, the Aloe Vera draws its moisture from the fleshy leaves. However, this inhibits its healthy and splendid growth. To prevent this, this Aloe species should always have a moist root ball during spring to late summer. You can test with your thumb, whether the plant needs water. If the surface can be pressed down a little bit, the soil is still moist inside. If the surface does not drop at least two to three centimeters under your thumb pressure, it should be watered
The Marble Peperomia is characterized by its thick spoon shaped variegated leaves. It comes in a 4″ tall by 4″ wide plastic nursery pot. They do well in low-medium light, watered weekly. This houseplant is pet-friendly!
- Medium to Bright
- Medium indirect light to dappled sun.
- SUN EXPOSURE
- Indirect light to dappled sun.
- Allow potting mix to dry out completely between waterings.
- Don’t sweat it. Any humidity level will do.
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.