Euphorbia trigona – Invincible Houseplants

Euphorbia Trigona is native to the United States, New Mexico, and southern Canada. The plant is well-established in shrub form. It has smooth leaves (white, yellow, brown, and black) that come together into a mound, reaching lengths of 6-10 inches. Euphorbia excels in moist, shady, or rocky, well-drained conditions, and with healthy sites. It is…

Plant of the Day: Monstera Adansonii

Monstera Adansonii is known as the ‘Greatest Flower in the World’ in ancient Greece and Rome, according to general scholars. The beautiful flower has attributes similar to many of the world’s great flowers, including inconspicuous wings and can be seen in nature in many facets, while it can also take a position of prominence as…

A potato with a big following!

You have not seen an orphaned potato before! You have seen them as children but now you are growing them as adults. You have never seen them in this size in the wild. It does not look like a stem of potatoes. The tea branch has tipped to the side. The leaves look completely dead!…

Spider plant rescue

Spider plant rescue Spider plant is a succulent with hoodia leaves that has many different uses. It is the preferred plant for indoor plants and is known for its strong fragrance and attractiveness to pollinators and insects. The plant has adapted well in the tropics and can get hot even in the southern hemisphere. It…