Revive a Dying Calathea: Reasons & Fix for Curling Leaves

How to revive my calathea from curling and drying leaves

Calathea is a popular houseplant that’s often used as a hanging basket or in an outdoor planter. It’s a soothing plant with bright green leaves and delicate flowers! But if it starts to die, it can be heartbreaking. The plant’s leaves are small, thin, and somewhat delicate, so they can get easily damaged by overwatering … Read more

Save My Dying Watermelon Peperomia (Reasons & Fix)

Reasons for a Dying Watermelon Peperomia Dropping Curling Leaves

The watermelon peperomia is a good-looking houseplant, that belongs to the flowering species of the Piperaceae family. It is also known as watermelon begonia, due to its exclusive display. Dropping and curling leaves of Watermelon Peperomia: Enough bright light in a warm climate with adequate watering to keep the soil moist and once a month … Read more