For those of us who live in apartments or houses without gardens, growing your own herbs can seem like a far-off dream for the future when we finally have a garden. But did you know that it’s actually very possible to grow large and healthy herbs inside? We will be explaining in this blog how to provide the right conditions for your herbs to thrive along with the importance of each.
In this article, we'll be discussing five common genus of aroids that are kept as houseplants along with more details on their origin, growth pattern and common varieties so that you can get to know your aroids.
Here you will find a guide how to propogate Aroids. This family includes 125 different genera of plant which includes many of the common houseplants found in the UK such as Monstera, Philodendron, Epipremnum (pothos) Rhaphidophora, Scindapsus, Dieffenbachia, Alcoasia and Spathiphyllum (peace lily). There are 3 methods of propogation at least - find the best for you.
Calathea plants belong to the Marantaceae family and are geographically found under massive trees on the rainforest floor in South America. Known for its vibrantly ornate leaves, it’s easy to see why plant lovers of all types are drawn to the pet and people-friendly Calathea plant.
Similar in appearance to traditional Cheese Plant Monstera Deliciosa Rhaphidophora Tetrasperma or also known as Monstera Minima climbing plant. Superfast grower that will delight you with new leaves year-round. This plant has become extremely popular among people as it takes up less interior growing space. This plant is easy to take care of, best suited indoors if it has something to climb on as it loves to climb up a moss pole.
Here you will get a care guide on Araucaria Heterophylla as an indoor potted plant. These plants are very cute and little house plants which are also popular as Christmas trees and people buy it all around the World during winter holidays.
The Norfolk Island Pine has a similar shape to the Evergreen tree so it will still look like a Christmas tree. The pine needles are soft and the tree will give you all of the Christmastime warm and fuzzy feelings.
Winter with awaited Christmas holidays and possibility of snow brings shorter days and less sunshine on the downside. Brighten up your home with these tropical indoor plants that will not mind a lack of sunshine in your home.