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In today’s society, we are constantly being told to go faster. We move faster, work harder, and expect more out of life than ever before. But what about the things in life that take their time? In this article, we’ll take a look at the slowest-growing plant species. These underachievers might not be the first choice for your garden, but they’re worth a closer look. Wisteria Floribunda Wisteria floribunda, also known as the Japanese wisteria,…

If you’re looking for a plant that will add some serious tropical vibes to your home or office, look no further than the Philodendron Jungle Boogie. Native to Central and South America, as well as several islands in the West Indies, this plant is a member of the Araceae family, which consists of over 400 species. Besides being easy to care for, the Jungle Boogie is a great choice for outdoor landscaping in USDA zones…

The Genus Alocasia is one of the most sought-after plants in the world. The genus contains over 200 species, with many different varieties and sub-species to choose from. You may be wondering what makes these gorgeous plants so popular? Alocasia plants can grow in just about any type of environment, and are very low maintenance; they don’t need much sunlight or water to thrive. They make great houseplants because you won’t have to worry about…

Pilea Glauca is a good choice for an indoor plant that you can grow as it is a fairly hardy plant that features stunning bright green leaves attached to pink stems in the center. There are many tiny leaves on the pinkish-red stems. It’s impossible to see it on the leaves, but a closer look will reveal the silvery powder to be the fairy dust. Pilea Glauca Plant As a result of this magnetic dust,…

Alocasia Black Velvet is a striking and exotic-looking plant that has an interesting history. It was originally discovered in the jungles of Madagascar, but it can also be found in Southeast Asia. This is one of the most popular types of Alocasia plants because it has a unique look and grows well indoors. Alocasia Black Velvet In terms of size and requirements, it’s an ideal indoor plant with breathtaking gorgeous leaves and is ideal for…

Philodendron pedatum is a beautiful plant that can be found in many homes and offices. It is often mistaken for ivy or a philodendron bipinnatifidum, but it has some key differences from both of those plants. This blog post will give you detailed information on how to care for your philodendron pedatum so it thrives and grows strong! Philodendron Pedatum Genus and Species Philodendron pedatum is known by other names, such as Philodendron bipinnatifidum and…

Pilea Depressa, also known as the Chinese Money Plant, is a plant that many people find attractive. The leaves are green with a white stripe down the middle and appear to be curled inwards. It doesn’t need much care or attention other than watering it every week and keeping its soil moist enough for it to thrive. However, there may be some things that you don’t know about Pilea Depressa so read on! Pilea Depressa…

Many people love the idea of having a philodendron in their home or office. These beautiful plants are not only attractive but also have low-maintenance needs and can survive in almost any environment. However, without proper care, they may wither and die very quickly. In this blog post, we’ll discuss all you need to know about philodendron Subhastatum care including how to plant, water, fertilize and repot your plant! Philodendron Subhastatum Origin and Species The…

If you are looking for a plant that doesn’t need too much care, pothos is a perfect choice. With its shiny and glossy leaves, this plant can add an elegant touch to your home décor. If you don’t know how to care for it properly, here are some tips on how to grow and maintain your Satin Pothos! What is Satin Pothos? Satin Pothos is a plant that belongs to the Araceae family of plants.…

The Trachyandra Tortilis plant is one of the most beautiful plants in the world. It has a thick, green stem and grows up to three feet tall. This plant loves water, but does not like to be overwatered or underwater for too long. Since they are native to South Africa, it prefers warm climates with low humidity levels. With proper care and regular watering, this plant can thrive indoors or outdoors all year round! Trachyandra…