Make My Peace Lily Bushy & Happy: Bigger & Clean Shiny Leaves

Make your peace lily leaves grow big and clean for shiny leaves

Some selective species of Spathiphyllum are commonly known as a peace lilies. This perennial ornamental plant holds a pleasing appearance. Thus, it grew as one of the favorite houseplants around the world. A peace lily plant can live up to five years with proper care. However, unfortunately, some deceptive caring routines can’t make that lifespan … Read more

Leggy? Growing Bushy Rubber Plants Bigger & Faster (+Clean)

How to make your rubber plant grow bigger leaves faster - Quick Tips

Rubber plants are one of the popular ornamental houseplants for their big-foliage appearance. This quick-grower plant needs only some basic growing rudiments, which are totally effortless for a gardener to put up. These sorts of ornamental plants always seem attractive with their vigorous form. To grasp that, you must bring out their best appearance through … Read more

Why My Aglaonema Leaves Are Curling: Fix (Bigger & Bushy)

Why My Aglaonema Plants leaves are curling and how to fix

Aglaonema is a vibrant ornamental houseplant that cultivates for its super gorgeous foliage. It is an easy-to-care plant with the least caring requirements along with an unusual variegated peek. Aglaonema Curling Leaves Reasons: Mostly it’s sunlight and humidity stress if it receives more than what it needs it may curl and less watering can also … Read more

Buds Falling Off: Make Your Hibiscus Bushy & Bloom Better

Why Buds Are Falling off Hibiscus How to Fix

Despite being fragrance-free, hibiscus considers one of the best flowering plants of all time. Besides its auspicious value, hibiscus flowers hold an inimitable appearance. They can bloom in various radiant tints like red, yellow, pink, and white; relying on their selected species. As this flowering plant cultivates only for its amazing blossoms, a gardener should … Read more

Growing My Philodendron Faster Bigger & Fuller (+Clean Leaves)

Philodendron is one more ornamental plant from the Araceae family that grows easily as a houseplant. It has an aerial root system single trunk and vining stems. This perennial climber produces large, imposing foliage with an exclusive lobate pattern. Tropical habitat philodendron doesn’t have several necessities to thrive. You can get an extraordinary peek of … Read more

Make My Hydrangea Bushy: When to Plant & How to Often to Feed

When and How to plant and feed your Hydrangea

Hydrangea is a flowering plant that includes almost 75 different species in its single genera. This deciduous shrub is very popular among new-age gardeners due to being spectacular ornamental plant. Its flower bunches can grow in various vibrant shades and appear mesmerizing when blooming around varying deep green foliage. It is a drought-tolerant flowering shrub … Read more

Fix Losing Colors: (Qcare) Make Your Coleus Bushy & Grow Fast

How to make my coleus bushy

Coleus is a super attractive ornamental shrub or herb. This species can grow with tuberous rootstocks as well as a succulent sometimes. Native to tropical and subtropical areas it belongs to the Lamiaceae family. Coleus is an annual perennial that thrives best when cultivated as houseplants. You need to provide a moist growing medium, enough … Read more

Crotons Dropping Leaves: How To Make My Croton Bushy

Crotons Dropping Leaves

Croton is an ornamental flowering houseplant in the spurge family from the Crotoneae tribe. This wide-ranging plant thrives best in an outdoor open garden area. Yet you can grow it easily indoors in a restricted planter by following some basic growing tips. There are plenty of varieties you can find in this single genus. However, … Read more

Dieffenbachia Complete Care: My Dumb Cane is Leggy

Dieffenbachia Dumb Cane Plant Care

Dumb Cane Plant Complete Care: Dieffenbachia aka dumb cane or leopard lily is an attractive houseplant with big variegated foliage. There are two famous types of dieffenbachia species we usually pick to cultivate indoors- 1) Dieffenbachia seguine and 2) Dieffenbachia amoena. Both species are easy to maintain and claim only some basic growing essentials to … Read more