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Anthurium Plant Problems, Diseases & Pests (Solved)

Typically, anthuriums (also called Flamingo Flower) are hardy plants, but that doesn’t make them immune to problems. From time to time, your anthurium may experience some setbacks resulting from bad plant care habits that may impede its growth or cause it to lose its vibrant color.  Anthuriums are also susceptible to pests and diseases, especially … Read more

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Begonia Care: Beginner’s Plant Guide + 4 Common Problems to Avoid

When looking at exotic foliage plants, the Begonia rex ranks at the top of the list; the upper sides of its leaves can have a variety of color combinations, while the undersides are primarily reddish brown. Although fully grown plants may occasionally form clusters of solitary pink flowers, the rex-type begonias are mainly grown for … Read more

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Azalea Plant Care: 101 Beginner’s Guide + Common Problems to Avoid

Few indoor plants can match an Azalea indica in full bloom as a specimen plant. The Azalea flower can range in color from pure white to dull red, is found at the end of the branches, and have short, coarse, oval-shaped leaves. Additionally, there are beautiful color variations, such as double pink flowers.  Most of the better … Read more

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How Long Do Anthurium Plants Live? (Answered + Tips to Extend Life)

Brightly colored leaves, exotically shaped flowers, and low maintenance nature are some words that aptly describe anthuriums. The plant is highly coveted for its multiple uses, sophisticated look, and symbolic value.  No wonder they’re among the best houseplants for indoor spaces. But, while anthuriums are mostly grown indoors, gardeners in USDA zones 10 and 12 … Read more

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Pothos Plant: Become a Devil’s Ivy Expert* (Epipremnum aureum)

How exciting! You’re interested in Pothos. They’re beautiful plants with heartshaped green leaves. It’s one of the few indoor plants that are beginner friendly, and since it tolerates low light, you can place it in various locations to match your home decor. This article is a brief overview of pothos plant care tips, with links to … Read more

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20 Pothos Decoration Ideas + 9 Home Decor Tips (Stunning)

Pothos or Devil’s Ivy is the little black dress of indoor plant decoration. It’s versatile, always in fashion, and it goes well with everything. Here are 20 beautiful indoor pothos decoration ideas that complement and elevate the look of any room.  And for those aiming to find inspiration and take their plant home decor to … Read more

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Will Pothos Plants Destroy My Aquarium? (Answer + Pros & Cons)

Pothos is a popular houseplant that thrives in aquariums.  But a few years ago, the plant gained notoriety for “destroying” a woman’s aquarium. Soon after the woman introduced pothos, the prolific plant seemingly removed the aquarium’s decorative brush algae.  Naturally, some hobbyists are concerned that pothos plants could harm their aquariums.  This article will discuss those concerns, … Read more

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Is Pothos Safe for Reptiles? (Plant Toxicity Explained)

Pothos can give a natural look and exotic vibe to your terrarium, vivarium, or reptile enclosure. Most species tend to ignore this plant, but some, such as iguanas and bearded dragons, will give it the occasional bite. If you’ve noticed this behavior, you’ve probably asked yourself: Is pothos safe for reptiles to eat? Or should … Read more

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Are Pothos Toxic to Cats? Poisonous Plant Questions (Solved)

While certain types of plants and foliage may look nice in your home and on your property, some species can pose a danger to your beloved pets.  For example, the pothos plant (Golden pothos, Devil’s ivy, Ivy taro vine, Ivy arum, and its scientific name Epipremnum aureum) is a common beginner plant. However, it can be … Read more

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Aspidistra Elatior (Cast Iron) Plant Care: Beginner’s Guide + Tips

The houseplant industry has plants that become stars, then fade after fifteen minutes of fame. Cast Iron plants are one variety that, despite being well-liked in the nineteenth century (due to tolerating low light and poor air quality in smoky parlors), has distinguished itself in lasting fame. Due to being extremely hardy and tough, this … Read more