Houseplants

Here you’ll find everything you need to know about growing and caring for beautiful indoor plants. From what to grow to how to grow it, we have everything you need to know about houseplants right here.

Fabulous Ficus

Fabulous Ficus

A rubber plant livening up a corner near the family room couch, a Ficus tree forest in the middle of a mall, or a creeping fig dangling from a home shelf…they’re all Ficus plants. Get the facts on Ficus and fit one into your life soon!
Anthurium Care Indoors

Anthurium Care Indoors

Anthuriums are one of the most decorative and long-lasting flowering houseplants you can grow. Learn all about anthurium care indoors, including light, watering, and soil needs.
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Best Gifts for Gardeners Under $10

How to Tell the Difference Between a Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter Cactus

How to Tell the Difference Between a Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter Cactus

Yucca Plant Care – How to Care for Yucca Elephantipes

Yucca Plant Care – How to Care for Yucca Elephantipes

Get the Printable Houseplant Care Wheel

Print and make your own straightforward care wheel for indoor plants. This guide tells you the kind of houseplant, how much sun it needs and when to water. 

Miniature Plants for Indoors

Miniature Plants for Indoors

For a new spin on indoor gardening think “small”. Teacup gardens, dish gardens, fairy gardens and terrariums are all great ways to enjoy miniature plants.
Winter Flowers for Indoors

Winter Flowers for Indoors

A list of winter flowers for indoors with tips on how to care for them. You don’t have to give up beautiful blooms just because the weather turns cold.
Forcing Hyacinth Bulbs to Bloom Indoors

Forcing Hyacinth Bulbs to Bloom Indoors

Forcing hyacinth bulbs lets you enjoy blooms early in the spring. Bulbs need winter for the plant to grow and flower. Trick your bulbs into thinking it’s winter!
Tips for Fertilizing Houseplants

Tips for Fertilizing Houseplants

Most houseplants need feeding with a fertilizer from time to time to replenish the soil’s nutrient levels and keep plants thriving. Get answers to some of the most common questions around what to feed, and when to fertilize, your houseplants.
Cat Palm Troubleshooting Guide

Cat Palm Troubleshooting Guide

Find the cause and fix it! Here’s how to correct common problems with your cat palm, such as yellow leaves, brown leaf tips, and how to know when it’s time to repot your plant.
Taking Care of a Potted Poinsettia Indoors

Taking Care of a Potted Poinsettia Indoors

Keep your indoor potted poinsettia looking its best throughout the holiday season.
How to Grow an Amaryllis Plant

How to Grow an Amaryllis Plant

Amaryllis have become as popular as poinsettias and Christmas cacti for living holiday decor. They’re fun to watch grow and their spectacular, trumpet-like flowers are a welcome sight during winter. Learn how to care for your amaryllis and encourage it to rebloom next year.
Pothos – The Easiest Houseplant

Pothos – The Easiest Houseplant

Pothos, a vining houseplant, is known for its elegance and versatility. It’s an excellent choice for most homes and offices. Learn the simple steps to care for this low-maintenance classic.
3 Easy Ways to Root a Christmas Cactus

3 Easy Ways to Root a Christmas Cactus

The Christmas cactus provides a beautiful holiday display and makes a great gift. Here's how to root cuttings from your own cactus to propagate new plants for friends.
Tips for Bringing Potted Plants Inside

Tips for Bringing Potted Plants Inside

When the temperature starts to cool in fall, you can move tropical plants that were decorating your porch, patio, balcony or veranda indoors. Learn some of the best practices to move your houseplants inside for the winter.
Get to Know Philodendron

Get to Know Philodendron

Philodendrons are a diverse group of plants that have been popular as houseplants for decades. Explore a list of different philodendron types and how to care for philodendrons.
How to Grow Hibiscus in a Pot

How to Grow Hibiscus in a Pot

The exotic flowers of the hibiscus plant make it a landscape favorite, but these beauties also do well as potted plants. Inside or outside, potted hibiscus are a great choice for a sunny space indoors or out on a deck, balcony or patio.
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Frost Map with Dates

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USDA Zone Finder

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