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Pothos Plant Care Tips: How to Help Your Pothos Thrive

Pothos is a plant that grows naturally in forested, tropical areas. The vines can grow long with marbling on the heart-shaped leaves. The variegated...

How to Care for ZZ Plants

The Zamioculcas Zamiifolia plant is most often called the ZZ Plant, given its complicated name. This East Africa native, sometimes referred to as a...

How to Care for String of Pearls

The String of Pearls plant is a lovely succulent addition to an indoor or patio garden. This plant, which may also be called a...

Yard Drainage Issues & Solutions

  Have you ever surveyed your yard and noticed standing water, random puddles, or soggy, muddy patches? Oftentimes, excess water may arise after it rains...

Landscape Planning and Design: Finding the Right Style for You

  Have you ever wanted to upgrade your landscaping but have no idea where to start or what to envision for your home? Landscaping should...

How to Revive a Dying Plant: Diagnosing and Solving Common Issues with Your Plants

  Each growing season, gardeners and homeowners dedicate time and resources to establish a thriving array of plants, herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Lush landscapes, hearty...

How to Identify, Treat, and Prevent Root Rot in Your Plants

One of the most common mistakes new plant owners (and let’s face it, even experienced plant owners) make is overwatering their house plants. And,...

The Best Potting Soil Mixture You Can Make at Home

There’s rarely a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to plant care, and that is most certainly true with potting soil mixtures. Why get store-bought...

How to Start Seeds Indoors

As the growing season approaches, many plants, flowers, herbs, and vegetables are grown outside. They are accustomed to natural elements like sunlight, oxygen, water,...

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Growing your own food is incredibly rewarding, but it's not always clear how soon you can expect to start harvesting. Our guide outlines some of the fastest-growing greens and food from seed so you can start sampling tasty greens and veggies as soon as possible!