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  • 20 Nov

    Composting At Home: A Guide To What You Can (and Can’t) Compost

    Starting a home compost is easy, but it isn’t fail-proof. That’s because not all organic material is suitable for the home compost. Some level of care needs to be taken to ensure it has the right qualities to enrich your garden soil. So, what can and cannot be thrown into the compost bin? ...
  • 7 Nov

    Dieffenbachia Amoena

    Light: Dieffenbachia Amoena appreciates bright light during the winter months. During the growing season, the plant prefers dappled shade or indirect light. Watering: Dieffenbachia Amoena grows best in soil that is evenly moist, but not soggy. A good rule of thumb is to water when the top inch of ...
  • 7 Nov

    Philodendron Verrucosum Care

    Light: Philodendron Verrucosum appreciates bright light during the winter months. During the growing season, the plant prefers dappled shade or indirect light. Watering: Philodendron Verrucosum grow best in soil that is evenly moist, but not soggy. A good rule of thumb is to water when the top ...
  • 7 Nov

    Philodendron Gloriosum Care

    Light: Philodendron Gloriosum prefers bright indirect light, though they can adjust to medium levels of light. Keep them out of harsh direct sunlight, as too much of it can scorch their leaves! Watering: Allow the top 2"- 3" of soil to dry out before watering. Try to keep the soil evenly moist. ...
  • 7 Nov

    Philodendron Sodiroi Care

    Light: Philodendron Sodiroi thrives in bright to medium indirect light. Not suited for intense, direct sun but can be acclimated to withstand it. Watering: When growing Philodendron Sodiroi, allow the top inch (2.5 cm.) of soil to dry out between waterings. The length of your index finger to the ...
  • 7 Nov

    Philodendron Esmeraldense Care

    Light: Philodendron Esmeraldense grows well in bright indirect light. In lower light, the leaves turn a darker green. Too much light or direct sun burns the leaves or causes the deep green color to fade. Watering: Keep the soil moist at all times. Allow the top of the soil to dry out slightly ...
  • 7 Nov

    fertilise

    fertized boysenberry
  • 6 Nov