Ficus figs Saved from Overwatering (if Possible)

Fiddle fallen leave figs (Ficus lyrata) are among the most popular interior fig plants due to their fallen leaf shape. However, these relatively easy-to-care-for plants have a couple of flaws that can result from ineffective treatment methods. Overwatering is one of the most dangerous of these. Fiddle fallen leaf figs are extremely sensitive to watering,…

How Frequently Should I Mist My Plants? Is it possible to mist plants?

It appears that the same advice is given everywhere – if you have an exotic plant, you must haze it. The advice appears to be practically global, and numerous online reviews advise you to haze “humidity-loving plants” by default. A Ficus Rubber Plant’s fallen leaves are misted. However, misting is not a universal requirement. Misting…

Trichocereus Pachanoi Care Instructions

In desert gardening circles, the San Pedro cactus is perhaps the favorite columnar cactus. Trichocereus pachanoi [try-koh-KER-ee-us puh-KAH-no-ee] gets its name from the bushy (tricho) flower tube. This Trichocereus (Echinopsis cactus) is native to Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, and Peru in South America. San Pedro PinPachanoi cactus with darkish inexperienced stems. H. Friedrich and G….

Controlling Bacterial Leaf Spot and Leaf Disease

It affects a wide range of plants, you may have stumbled across a microbial fallen leaf at some time. Gardeners may observe microbial fallen leaf patches on a wide variety of culinary plants, including beans, cereals, cucurbits (gourds), peppers, Prunus (almond, apricot, cherry, peach, and plum trees), strawberries, and tomatoes. At first inspection, it appears…

How to Restore Waterlogged Wax Plants (if Possible)

Hoya carnosa (HOY-a kar-NO-suh) is a plant of the Apocynaceae family. This exotic houseplant, also known as Honey Plant or Wax Plant, originates in Eastern settings such as India, China, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Vietnam. In Australia, it is also found in the wild. If properly hydrated, this strong plant is virtually maintenance-free. Overwatering, on…

How To Grow The Curious Pedilanthus Tithymaloides

The Satan’s Spine plant—Pedilanthus tithymaloides [ped-ill-AN-thus tih-ee-mal-OY-deez] with its zig-zag stems gives it a distinct aspect. The plant is endemic to the subtropical parts of Central America and North America. Pin Flower of Satan Spine Plant Variegated While it’s nevertheless generally known to as Pedilanthus tithymaloides, the Pedilanthus genus has been incorporated into the Euphorbia…

Easy-to-grow, drought-tolerant succulent plants

There are many different types of succulents for those who enjoy beautiful plants. This massive group of low-maintenance, fast developed, drought-tolerant floral wonders provide amazing shadow in both greenery and flowers. The casual observer frequently loses out on and may not recognize the sparkling, sophisticated, and delicate tones of the numerous succulents. What Is a…