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How to Repot Your Anthurium 101

Often known as the "flamingo flower" for their bold, bright colors, anthuriums are the world's longest-blooming plant and will bloom continuously in proper conditions all year long.

How to Care for an Orchid Plant That's Resting

When an orchid has finished blooming, its blooms will wilt and fall off, making many orchid plant parents worry that their orchid has died. Don't panic! This is normal for orchids to do so before entering a resting period, allowing them to store...

Don’t Make This Money Tree Mistake

The money tree is like that easygoing friend who goes with the flow and rarely complains, which is one of the many reasons it makes a great houseplant. But there is one thing it doesn’t like: too much water. You brought home your plant and you...

Why Does My Anthurium Have Brown Leaves?

If your anthurium is suffering from brown leaves, brown spots or holes in the leaves, these are indicators that you need to change something in your care routine. Most of the time, brown leaves don’t spell doom for your plant and can be fixed! ...

3 Telltale Signs It’s Time to Repot Your Orchid

It’s a question we often get asked about our orchids; when should you repot them? First, it’s important to note that you should never repot your orchid when it’s in bloom! Always wait for your orchid to lose its blooms before you worry about...

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Trimming Orchid Spikes for Optimal Orchid Plant Care

Everything has its season, including orchids. While bloom loss typically isn’t cause for concern, it does signal your plant is entering the dormant phase. Want to see those beautiful blooms return? Trimming orchid...

How to Care for Your Bromeliad

You brought home a beautiful, bright bromeliad and you want to make sure it stays beautiful for a long time in your home. While they are typically a plant with simple care, there are a few tricks to having success.

How and When to Repot a Money Tree Plant

In its native habitat, a money tree plant can grow up to 60 feet tall. An indoor money tree sticks to a more manageable 6 to 8 feet, which means you’ll need to repot it a few times to keep it healthy.