A plant on the windowsill avoids looking in and is very atmospheric. But not all plants are suitable. Which plants can be placed on your windowsill?
A grow light works as a prevention and as a solution for plants that get too little light. How about that?
Repotting houseplants has many advantages. But how do you do it the easiest way? We give you tips!
Oops! You and your watering can have been a little too enthusiastic about watering your houseplant, and now your plant has rotting roots. How do you fix this?
With the looks of the Cactus, the Euphorbia is really a different kind of plant. Why is that? Because of its spurge.
The propagating of a palm is simple. Although it takes a few weeks to months to root a palm cutting. Patience is therefore certainly needed with palm cuttings!
The Croton is perhaps one of the most colourful plants there is. Extra fun to multiply that cheerfulness. The cuttings of the Croton? That’s how you do it!
A beautiful houseplant that you would of course like to propagate: the Schefflera. We cannot guarantee 100% success, but pleasure is.
Although you can’t use the beans of a coffee plant, it’s still nice to cut the plant. And that cuttings? That’s easy!
Aspidistra plants can be stung by cracks. Sticking through cracks is easy, but takes some patience.