Why are your houseplants dying? One of the largest killers of houseplants is low- quality or sub-standard potting media. As with all types of gardening, soil preparation is very important
Why your Houseplants keep dying
Why are your houseplants dying? As beautiful as houseplants are, both for your health and your décor, sometimes it seems that houseplants just love to die especially if you new to indoor gardening.
Plants for interior decor
Decorating interior spaces (which includes the home, office, shade garden, patio and balcony) with plants is a good idea -to fill the spaces, in which you can relax and feel good. Always include a generous helping of plants....
On the dark side: Black foliage
No other color gets as much attention as black. While black may be a staple in the fashion world, but isn’t quite ubiquitous in the garden world. Purist would argue that black is not a true color, rather it is the absence of light.
Always include a generous helping of plants with colorful foliage in your garden. They will provide nonstop color while other plants come in and out of bloom.
Hanging Baskets: Best plants & maintenance
Adding netting over arbors, trellises or open area, if possible, to protect plants is a good idea. Netting allows sunlight to filter through and will prevent burning.
Morning glories, moonflowers and relatives
Morning glories and moonflowers as well as a host of other attractive species and hybrids, are members of the genus, Ipomoea, a group of about 500 species belonging to the Genera Convolulaceae or (morning glory family)
Beauty on the vine
Morning glories are beautiful old-fashioned plants that add color and vertical interest to any garden. They quickly cover arbors. trellises, screens, and other garden ...