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How To Get Rid Of Soil Mites In Houseplants?

If you’ve ever noticed tiny dots moving about the surface of the soil in your houseplants, you may have spotted a soil mite. Before you panic, however, this could be a good thing, depending on who you ask. This article talks about the purpose of soil mites and whether you should eliminate them from your … Read more

Which Houseplants are Dangerous To My Dog?

How Many Plants Should I Have In My House?

If you dove into plant ownership a little too quickly and enthusiastically, you’re not alone. Many new plant owners find the hobby addicting, leading them to acquire a large number of houseplants in a short amount of time. But how many plants is too much? Is there such a thing? How many plants should I … Read more

What Are the Benefits of Indoor Plants

What To Do With Unwanted Houseplants?

Acquiring a sudden love for houseplants is a hobby that can get out of control pretty quickly. Once you start collecting different types of plants, it can be difficult to stop. But inevitably, there comes a day when you know it’s time to part ways with a plant. Maybe it’s not doing well in your … Read more

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How To Keep Cats From Eating Houseplants?

Most plant and pet owners will agree that discovering a half-eaten houseplant or a toppled plant shelf can be devastating. Some cat owners even accept defeat and get rid of their plants after one of these incidents. Thankfully, there are tons of tricks you can try to outsmart your feline and keep your plants safe. … Read more

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