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

Why My Geraniums Are Dying: Reasons & How to Revive

Why Geraniums are dying reasons and fix and how to care for your plants

Geranium can grow from seeds quickly with growing provisions and a little care. However, geraniums thrive more rapidly while cultivated from cuttings or small plant forms instead of seeds. Why Geraniums are Dying: Either its frost (will come back in spring), under or over watering (watering stress), not enough sunlight, low humid places, overfeeding in … Read more

Am Seeing Brown Spots on My Plant Leaves: Reasons & Fix

How to fix brown spots on my plant leaves

Leaves of many plants, whether it is ornamental shrubs or normal flowering plants, often get caught by the problem of brown spots. Leaves always seem beautiful with their inheriting color. Quick Tip (In short): Brown leaf spots are not fatal, and most of the brown spots are because of fungus. Wet warm conditions on a … Read more

12 Best Plants That Survive Without Water (Drought Tolerant)

Drought Tolerant Plants That Require Less Watering Lavender Sage Bougainvillea

Drought-tolerant plants are like boons for people, who don’t have time for regular gardening. You don’t have to water them daily or weekly with a consistent watering schedule. These kinds of plants can be kept in underwatering conditions for long and still do well being buoyant. Fortunately, the list of such plants is long! Here … Read more

Why My Poinsettia is Dropping & Dying?(Reasons-Fix)

Why My is Poinsettia Dying - Reasons and Complete Plant Care

Poinsettia is a beautiful-looking flowering plant that symbolizes purity, success, and cheers. This plant can make a great garden plant and houseplant with reasonable care. Poinsettia has been considered a significant plant since the ancient Aztec culture. Even new-age gardeners love this plant as one of the easy-to-grow flowering plants to cultivate. No matter whether … Read more

Brown Leaf Edges: Spider Plant Care & Baby Propagation

Spider Plant watering soil potting mix and pot quick care tips

Brown leaf edges of spider plants: It mainly occurs when it’s under harsh or direct sun, underwatered, overwatered, aging, and producing baby spider plants. It’s okay and good to trim off the brown parts of your spider plants for the plant to focus its energy where needed. Move to an ample airy place with full-day … Read more

Yellow Leaves On My Hibiscus: Save a Dying Hibiscus

Reasons for Yellow Leaves on Hibiscus How to save dying plant

Hibiscus is a stunning flowering plant from the mallow family of the Malvaceae genus. The main genus is quite hefty and incorporates almost hundreds of species. Hibiscus plants are native to the warmer tropical climate but easily adaptable to normal home temperatures. Thus, you can grow a healthy hibiscus plant easily in any corner of … Read more

What Not to Do? Bromeliads Complete Care

How to Care for Bromeliads Quick Care Ideas Watering Pruning and Propagation

Bromeliads are not easy to care houseplants which require bright indirect sunlight and optimum watering and fertilizer sparingly. Watering at regular intervals to keep the soil moist is enough rather than watering it to make it soggy. Check for proper drainage and pests to keep your bromeliads healthy and shine bright. Bromeliads will bloom only … Read more