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The ubiquitous asparagus fern. I put it in many of my outdoor containers as I feel it adds a soft filler that goes well with every plant. ..read more
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Did you know that sansevierias (snake plants) bloom? They do! I knew they did, but haven’t ever had one bloom on my windowsill. They ..read more
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Crotons and begonias were not the only exciting new houseplant varieties I saw at the trade show I recently attended. It is not a secret ..read more
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I have to tell you about an amazing plant! The bird’s nest anthurium (Anthurium plowmanii) is I think, going to be the next Instagram ..read more
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Why poinsettia care in July? I thought I’d join the “Christmas in July” movement. (My mom is watching Christmas movies every day on ..read more
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Last weekend I attended a trade show in Ohio where all the newest varieties of plants are showcased. I of course, am on the look out for ..read more
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I recently (yesterday) attended a horticultural trade show in Columbus. Many companies were there and I love the plant booths that have ..read more
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Recently I went to a friend’s office for some computer help. When I walked into her office and saw the Ficus benjamina in the corner, I ..read more
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Have you grown a fittonia, also known as the nerve plant, mosaic plant, or net plant? I have, and can admit to you that I have killed my ..read more
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You’ve probably heard about the cast iron plant, also known as the Aspidistra elatior. Why the name cast iron? Because it is known to be ..read more

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