We just love Alocasias! The big leafs, the beautiful foliage or funny shapes and its quite simple to care for. When you’re repotting your Alocasia, you might find these round-shaped bulbs in the soil. Sometimes they’re attached to the roots of the plant. They might not give you any new sprouts, but it’s worth a try!
Spring is officially here! As a result, we have started to plan our new garden. We thought you might want to follow along as we create our new green space. Because we are renting our house, we do not want do to anything too permanent or expensive. Let’s start with our inspiration for the foundation – raised beds with a modern twist.
Regardless if you have a green thumb or not, low maintenance houseplants are your best friend. There are actually quite a few plants out there that almost don’t need any care. The key is to select a hardy plant that don’t need regular watering and that is perfect for its designated spot. Here are a few great options.
Monstera deliciosa’s iconic, split leaves are so pretty that they have been featured frequently on everything from throw pillows to wallpaper. Monstera sure is a stunning plant! Some of the reasons for its popularity is the fact that it is easy to grow, can get huge and live for many years, and it looks great with many different interior styles. It’s safe to say that the popularity for Monsteras isn’t going away anytime soon. Here is how to care for these beauties.
We are sure you have heard of the fiddle leaf fig (ficus lyrata) by now. You might also heard the reputation of it being a very difficult plant to keep alive? And yes, it’s true, kind of. But don’t despair, we have learned some tricks on how to keep your beautiful fiddle leaf healthy.
At nittonarton we are self-described “plant nerds” and do our fair share of online shopping for those rare, hard to find plants. Cuttings are a great way to get that lush oasis at home without breaking the bank, but there are some pitfalls to consider. Before you go filling your online shopping cart, follow these tips to ensure your plants meet—better yet, exceed—expectations when they show up at your doorstep.