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How to Care for Bird of Paradise Plants

Love talking about these gorgeous plants! They are tall with huge leaves so they are perfect to fill any corner in your home. They are tropical plants so they like it warm, bright and humid. Light These love bright light, so you want to give it as much light as possible, but should avoid direct summer sun. They can even be put outside in a partly shady spot in the summer, but you'll need to acclimate them to the outdoors.  Flowers These babies bloom amazing flowers! They will only do so once they are mature (at least 4 years old) and with enough light.  Water Water deeply when the soil dries out. Typically once every 1-3 weeks depending on conditions...

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Plants That Make the Best Valentine's Day Gifts

Valentine's Day is right around the corner and if you're looking for a gift that will last, might I suggest a houseplant? There are so many houseplants that have gorgeous flowers and they will last a lifetime **with proper care. Here are a few of my favorites.      Anthurium These plants are so easy to take of, and they have flowers all year round! I have been seeing these all the time recently in bouquets and my hot take is to leave them in the soil and give the gift that won't die after a week.        Stromanthe I might have just picked this because of the hints of pink, but they're so fun! They are also a breeze...

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How to Care for Euphorbia Ingens (Cactus Euphorbia)

One of my favorite plants ever is the Euphorbia Ingens. In the wild, they grow into huge trees, but in a container they look more like saguaro cacti straight out of Arizona. They will immediately turn your home into a desert oasis. Light They are not difficult to care for, but they need a lot of light. They require at least 4 hours of bright light daily, however they can burn if in strong direct light so its usually best to keep a couple feet away from a bright window unless acclimated to direct light.  Watering Water deeply when the soil dries out. In the summer this might mean 1-2 times a week, in the winter this might mean once...

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