Buckle in while Shannon, Jaz, and Darryl aka House Plant Journal take you for a plant tour at one of our favorite nurseries, Valleyview Gardens! Follow Shannon on her quest for more of her favorite – pink plants, while Darryl sprinkles in some plant care and Jaz hunts for a new low-maintenance plant to add to her mini indoor jungle. There’s something for everyone in this video!
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We’re back at it again with orchid care and this time House Plant Journal walks us through how to repot an orchid. Jaz has been busy chatting with the gardenstead community members about orchids. They’ve even inspired her to try her hand at growing one again. The passion for plants is infectious! In this episode, you’ll learn how-to repot an orchid, general orchid care for beginners and you’ll see a rare orchid that has reproduced itself.
Jaz and Darryl from House Plant Journal don’t operate under “conventional” houseplant care. In this episode of ASK gardenstead, we’ve collected fundamental questions from our Houseplant community on Facebook (there’s over 20K people talking and sharing in there!). Darryl explains how light and environment play into the quality of your houseplants life while Jaz shares what responsive watering is and why your plants might be happier being watered that way.
What’s more fun than actually starting your indoor seeds? Talking about starting your indoor seeds (of course)! In this episode of ASK gardenstead, we’ll help to deepen your understanding of seeds starting with tips, tools and advice. Plus, we explore peanut seeds! Do YOU know what a peanut seed looks like?! Jaz and Darryl from House Plant Journal a make bet and laugh hard about what they think a peanut seed looks like.
Repotting houseplants is almost like an art form! But a big question often remains: to repot or not too repot?! You might be surprised at how often you don’t have to actually repot your plants. Watch Jaz and Shannon share their tips and tricks on when and how to repot your houseplants.
In this episode, Shannon cuts flowers from her own magical flower gardens and shows you how to easily create your own arrangement using an everyday household item as the base: a mason jar! Whether or not you are working with your own homegrown flowers, Shannon shares professional practical tips that will elevate your arrangements to the next level.