Frithia pulchra

Fairy elephant’s feet | Frithia pulchra care & info

Frithia pulchra succulents aren’t commonly known as ‘fairy elephant’s feet’ for nothing: their green leaves with transparent tips do look like tiny elephant feet. Like baby toes succulents, Frithia pulchra is a window succulent that has adapted perfectly to the harsh grasslands it naturally grows in. It’s not the easiest succulent to grow, but keep … Read more

pilea peperomioides

Propagating Chinese money plant | How to propagate a Pilea peperomioides

Did you know that if you have one Pilea peperomioides, you can have many? Propagating Chinese money plant is super easy! You can give offsets and cuttings away to friends and family, expand your own Pilea army or even sell them. Keep reading for everything you need to know about propagating Chinese money plant! Note: … Read more

How to care for a Boston fern | Nephrolepis exaltata

If there’s any plant that’s perfect to bring that forest feel into your home, it’s ferns. Some ferns can be quite a challenge to keep alive (maidenhair fern, anyone?), but luckily there are also species that don’t require extremely green thumbs. Nephrolepis exaltata, also known as the Boston fern, is an amazingly lush houseplant that … Read more

Pilea peperomioides houseplant next to British shorthair housecat.

Pilea peperomioides toxicity | Is it safe for pets?

It can be difficult enough to find a houseplant that suits your home. For us pet owners, things are even more challenging: we need plants that are non-toxic, since many pets find indoor greenery pretty irresistible. If you’re thinking about getting a Pilea peperomioides (Chinese money plant), you might be wondering about this species’ toxicity. … Read more

Baby rubber plant (Peperomia obtusifolia) with shiny green leaves on white background.

Peperomia obtusifolia care | Baby rubber plant

If you’re looking for a houseplant that’s easy to grow but doesn’t compromise on looks, you’ve found it. Although the baby rubber plant (Peperomia obtusifolia) does produce flowers, the species is mostly grown for its pretty, shiny foliage. And you don’t need to be a houseplant expert to grow this one! Keep reading for everything … Read more