In addition to our individual plant care articles, we also do more bite size reads the cover more specific tips or questions. The general guides we have cover the basics for plant care and what that individual species need but they don’t always go into the detail that you might be after.
So if this is the case then you can find our more detailed tips here that look at specific issues and jump into them into readable chunks.
Calathea can be a difficult plant to take care of but are so worth it for their beautiful foliage. Once you’ve mastered taking care of this finicky plant you’ll get addicted to the species and need to get one of each type.
- Does Calathea Need Sunlight?
- Can Calathea Grow In Low Light?
- Is Calathea Easy To Grow?
- How Do You Prune Calathea?
- How do you propagate Calathea Warscewiczii?
- Super quick care guide for Calathea Warscewiczii
- Are Calathea Warscewiczii appropriate for beginners?
- How often should I water Calathea Musaica?
- Is Calathea Musaica easy to care for?
- Do Calathea Musaica like to be misted?
- How often to water Calathea
If you can’t tell already, ferns are our favourite house plant and that’s why we have so many articles dedicated to their care. Although many ferns have quite similar requirements it’s important to remember that they are different plants so it’s worth reading up on their different needs rather than just treating them like the same plant.
Birds Nest Fern
- How Often Should I Water A Birds Nest Fern?
- Why Should I Buy A Birds Nest Fern?
- How Do You Repot A Birds Nest Fern?
- Are Birds Nest Ferns Poisonous?
- Should I Trim My Asparagus Fern?
- How Do You Care For An Asparagus Fern?
- How Often Do You Water An Asparagus Fern?
- Is An Asparagus Fern Annual Or Perennial?
- How fast do Ostrich Ferns Spread?
- How big do Ostrich Ferns get?
- Are Ostrich Ferns poisonous to dogs?
- How much sun can Ostrich Ferns take?
Western Sword Fern
- Do Sword Ferns spread?
- Can Sword Ferns take full sun?
- Do ferns like to be misted?
- Can ferns grow in pots?
- How tall do ferns grow?
- How do you take care of a fern in the garden?
- How fast do Autumn Ferns grow?
- Can Autumn Ferns be grown indoors?
Hoya are tropical plants with thick waxy leaves that put out amazing blooms in the right conditions.
- A quick guide for caring for your Hoya Lacunosa
- Why does Hoya Lacunosa need humidity?
- How often to water Hoya Lacunosa
- How to water Hoya Curtisii
- Can a beginner look after Hyoa Curtisii?
- Super quick tips for Hoya Curtisii care
Peperomia are fun little plants that don’t require too much care and attention but put out pretty patterns and have cute round foliage. They tend to need higher levels of humidity, regular watering and bright indirect light.
- Does Peperomia clean the air?
- Should I mist Peperomia?
- Are Peperomia low light?
- How much light does a Peperomia need?
- Types of Peperomia
- Is Peperomia Caperata A Succulent?
- How Often To Water A Peperomia Caperata
- Do Peperomia Caperara Need Humidity?
- Why Peperomia Graveolens Is A Great Plant For Beginners
- Is Peperomia Graveolens A Low Care Houseplant?
- Is Peperomia Graveolens A Succulent?
- How do you propagate Peperomia Prostrata?
- How do you treat Peperomia Prostrata?
- How often should I water my turtle strings?
- Do Peperomia Serpens need lots of care?
- How to propagate a Peperomia Serpens
- How often to water a Peperomia Serperns
- How Much Light Does A Watermelon Peperomia Need?
- How Often Do You Water A Watermelon Peperomia?
- Should you mist Watermelon Peperomia?
- Can you propagate Watermelon Peperomia in water?
Begonia Maculata belong to the Begonia family and are famous for their beautiful polka dot leaves. They are jungle plants that will thrive in humid environments and will definitely be the talking point of your house plant collection.
- Are Begonias bad for dogs?
- Can Begonias live inside?
- How do you propagate Begonia Maculata?
- How do you water Begonia Maculatas?
Alocasia are a houseplant that have been growing in popularity in the past few years. They put out new growth relatively quickly and have amazing foliage that is completely different to the majority of houseplants.
When we think of a Prayer Plant we tend to think of the Maranta Leuconeura but this can also include many types of Calathea. Prayer plants get their name from the movement that their leaves do in just one day that make it look as though the plant were praying.
- How long does a prayer plant live?
- Should I mist my Prayer Plant?
- Do Prayer Plants like to be rootbound?
- Are prayer plants easy to grow?
- Prayer plant leaves turning brown
- Prayer plant leaves turning yellow
General Houseplant Articles
For those of you who aren’t looking for tips about specific houseplants but want to read general houseplant articles then this is the section for you.
- Popular Plants
- Green leaves on top purple underneath
- Do humidity trays really work?
- White powder on terracotta pot
- Indoor plant with red and green leaves
- Houseplant leaves curling up
- Best indoor plants for Arizona
- Show me a picture of a Yucca plant
- ZZ plant stems falling over
- Houseplants that like acidic soil
- Houseplants with green and pink leaves
- Can I spray vinegar on houseplants?
- Can you split a Peace Lily?
- How long do houseplants live?
- Plants for very small pots
- What are the white things in potting soil?
- White stuff in potting soil
- Can you use garden soil for potted plants?
- Plants that grow fast indoors
- How to save an Aloe plant
- What is the white stuff in potting soil?
- Which houseplants like direct sunlight?
- Why is my Jade plant dying?
- Pruning a leggy Jade plant