Beaucarnea recurvata (ponytail palm)

Ponytail Palm Plant: Best Tips For Growing The Beaucarnea Recurvata Plant

Ponytail palms are exotic plants from the Asparagaceae family. They can be grown as indoor and outdoor plants. And they are native to the dry and arid lands of Central American countries like Mexico. When growing the ponytail palm outdoors, it can grow into a full-tree size. It reaches a staggering height of over 30 … Read more

Tradescantia zebrina

The Tradescantia Zebrina – Grow Tips and Tricks For The Wandering Jew Plant

The exotic Tradescantia zebrina goes by many names. It is called the wandering jew plant as well as the inch plant. The zebrina plant is an evergreen perennial plant with a trailing growth habit.  It features lance-shaped leaves that range between two colors. These are purple and green. Tradescantia zebrina leaves also feature silvery strips … Read more

Growing A Spineless Yucca Indoors

Spineless yucca (Yucca elephantipes) is native to Mexico and the Caribbean. Spineless yuccas thrive with little neglect, so make great houseplants that don’t need too much attention. The plants are slow-growing, drought tolerant, and pest resistant.  Description   Spineless yucca has a brown trunk. The leaves grow out of the top end of the trunk. Spineless yucca … Read more

Pearl and Jade Pothos Makes A Gorgeous Hanging Basket

Pothos (Epipremnum aureum) is an evergreen tree-climbing vine native to the Solomon Islands. They are sometimes called devil’s ivy or variegated philodendron.  The pothos ‘Pearl and Jade’ is used as a hanging basket or small potted plant.  These are easy to grow plants perfect for your indoor space.  Description of Pearl and Jade Pothos  Pearl … Read more

Monstera 'Peru'/Epipremnum pinnatum 'Marble Planet', a popular houseplant.

Monstera ‘Peru’ care & info | Monstera karstenianum

Sometimes a newcomer in the houseplant world truly takes things by storm, and that’s exactly what happened with Monstera ‘Peru’! Even though the species hasn’t been scientifically classified yet as I’m writing this article, it’s all over plant stores and online shops. Not surprising, as it’s truly a very decorative houseplant, and easy to grow … Read more