It is important to be aware that plants and flowers are toxic to dogs and cats. This list can vary for dogs, cats, horses, and other companion animals. As a concerned pet owner, you want to make sure your environment has plants and flowers that are safe for dogs and cats. Dogs are less likely…
The lucky bamboo, with its twisty shape and sculptural design, is a plant that’s hard to miss and resist! These guys make a great addition to any household. And, best of all, lucky bamboo care can be a simple undertaking. Although the look is similar to, and the name says “bamboo” the lucky bamboo plant…
It’s natural to have, at times, some anxiety, have trouble sleeping or the need for calmness. Why not have some plants in your environment which help with these issues? If you have to deal with an issue at work, go to an interview, take an exam, or make a choice, you may feel anxious or…
People are increasingly concerned with the quality of air in the indoor spaces in which they spend significant amounts of time.
“Poisonous plants – can you tell me which ones are?” That is a question I get all the time. Very often the email is asking for a list of poisonous plants for cats.
Beginners new to planting bulbs find Asiatic lilies among the easiest of all lilies to play with.
They are the first lilies of the season to flower, and they multiply fast. With simple care, these temperate northern hemisphere natives, grow and do well in USDA hardiness zones 10 all the way to 3.
The Passion Flower is listed as hardy in USDA hardiness zones 5-9; however, it may actually struggle in zone 5 and may not survive very cold winters. If you live below zone 6 you should plant Passion Flower in a sheltered area near a wall so and provide the roots with protection against the cold in the wintertime
NASA recommends adding houseplants to your home environment to help clean the air and overall improve indoor air quality. Common sense will tell you that having living plants in the home adds color and beauty along reducing stress and with brightening your mood. In this article, we’ll share 35+ hardy, low-maintenance houseplants and office plants that are easy to grow, even if you have a brown thumb.
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