After I finished making this little Begonia rex kokedama last week, I started thinking about how the dark purple leaves would make it a good fit for a Halloween terrarium. So I spent a few minutes styling this one up, and I have to admit that it turned out really fun. Want to make your […]
Years ago, I saw instructions on how to make kokedama, plants with their roots wrapped in moss, and I’ve been meaning to try it ever since. Over the years I saw the project pop up again and again, but the instructions always seemed a bit intimidating. So when I saw that a free class on how […]
Trying to start an indoor garden? These 5 easy plants are difficult to kill, and perfect for beginners!
Need to make sure your plants are watered while you’re out of town? Make a super easy DIY self-watering planter from a pot.
This super quick plant stand hack helps you give your plants a little extra height.
As far as I’m concerned, when it comes to holiday decor, the more plants, the better. So I’m glad that this egg planter kills two birds with one stone, because while it would be a cute Easter centerpiece, it can also help you propagate your succulents, and save them from their lanky winter state.
Some patterned plants can be trickier to grow than you might think. Variegated plants can have extra light and water needs, and patterned foliage can even lose its pretty colors. These tips will help you keep your patterned plants looking their best.
Not sure how to tell if your plants need water? Here are 5 ways to figure out whether it’s time to get out the watering can.
February has been unseasonably warm and non-rainy for Portland, so I’ve got plants on my mind a little earlier than normal this year. Since it’s still too soon to really get into the outdoor gardening (it might snow next week!), I’ll just concentrate on houseplants for now. Did you know that your indoor plants can […]