Mother’s Day looks a little bit different this year due to the current circumstances of the world but there are still ways to celebrate your mother or someone special to you on this special day. If you are trying to think outside of the box instead of ordering a bouquet of flowers (which of course, we still would recommend – because flowers are always a good idea!) why not give the gift of a flower that has potential to rebloom? An orchid! Not only are they show-stoppers but they’re long lasting gifts that can rebloom over and over. We’ve also got you covered with a care guide. We’ve listed below the key factors in caring for a healthy orchid, pass them along to your Mom!
Caterina and Michelle were hired to work at gardenstead last summer. Both young women had an inkling interest in plants but since joining the team, completely caught the bug for BOTH houseplants and vegetable gardening. Their interest and passion have been turned on to full speed! Here are the top three things they’ve learned in mere months.
Alocasia polly has become an increasingly popular houseplant. What we’ve also seen is people worrying about a yellow leaf. Surprise, surprise, this plant is not like other plants! We’ve listed a few things you should know about your Alocasia polly.
Your houseplants had a great time this summer… the sun was shining, the air was humid and they were happy! Whether your plants were outside or remained indoors, the seasons are changing and it’s time to adjust YOUR plant routine to help keep them happy.
This purple beauty, sometimes referred to as “Purple Shamrock” or “False Shamrock”, is native to Brazil rather than Ireland and are equally appealing as an outdoor plant or a houseplant.
I’ve compiled a list of five plants that are *actually* the most undemanding houseplants. I would even go so far as to say you could stick these in a room and turn off the light for a couple of weeks and although it would be mad at you and develop some trust issues but it wouldn’t be dead.