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This beauty resembles a donut! They are also nicknames Wine Cup which I like my nickname better. The flowery buds branching out of the top are perfection. They can grow up to six inches tall when beautiful buds are in full bloom. This succulent is a must for me — I love how hearty it is and like most succulents, easy to take care of.
If you love plants and flowers be sure to check out my post called 32 Beautiful Summer Flowers And Their Complementary Colors — I am so in love with Spring colors and discovering how to use them creatively. Native to South Africa — this strange beauty is very easy to care for. It requires very little pampering to stay healthy. They are very self-sufficient and like most succulents, more die from too much care and watering than from neglect.
I appreciate how nature always manages to bloom spectacular flowers from most succulents. I love the banded array of colors of the Euphorbia — purple and green are a perfect pair! Like most succulents, it holds water to store for droughts. Like so many of these darling succulents, this one is native to South Africa. I love the bulbs and how interesting they are in shape and size. This oddity is simply stunning! I can see this mounted to a wooden plank and displayed handsomely on a wall in an office, den, living, or anywhere in your home.
As displayed below, this beautiful plant would add color and character to any home. It would be perfectly at home hanging in my backyard deck area. Sticks on fire or Album) Tirucalli Rosea makes a bold statement with its branches of fire.
It looks like a combination of coral and succulent combined. This strange but beautiful plant can grow up to 25 feet tall. Talk about making an entrance! This fleshy plump succulent is one of my favorite. Between the color and the reflective pattern is the perfect houseplant. I also love how you can use rocks and gravel to surround this unusual houseplant. Super easy to maintain and beautiful to look at, this succulent would make a wonderful addition to your home.
Mine grew wonderfully and can grow up to 24 inches. Its leaves are blue-green and are native to Mexico and Honduras. I am charmed by its elegant twisting branches. Perfect to use as a filler between plants in your garden. Strange and beautiful houseplants are always a great way to beautify your home.
Nicknamed the Starfish Succulentthis beauty is truly low maintenance. I love the geometric elegance of its shape and design. Perfect for a rock garden or potted in a planter, this beauty would make a lovely addition to any home.
This technique is effective in encouraging new growth for trailing plants such as Swedish ivy and pothos that may have become bare at their bases. Pinching means you remove stem tips, either with your fingernails or pruners.
Pinch out the tip of a stem and the topmost leaves to promote growth of side buds. Plants that grow rapidly often look best with frequent pinching to keep them compact and bushy. Trim faded flowers from your plants to keep the plant blooming and help prevent disease problems. While you're at it, be sure to remove yellow, brown, or withered leaves. Use a narrow-blade hand pruner or sharp scissors to make a clean cut without tearing the plant's stem.
Related: More on Grooming Houseplants. Overwatering is one of the most common causes of houseplant death. If you're not sure how much to water, These Are Houseplants - Sidereal Time (Cassette, it's better to err on the dry side than to give your plants too much moisture.
All houseplants have slightly different watering requirementsdepending on how they are grown and changes in plant growth Album) the seasons.
Therefore, it's best to water on an as-needed basis rather than by a set calendar schedule. Cacti and succulents need less water ; flowering plants usually need slightly more. Like watering, there's not an easy guideline to know how much to fertilize : It depends on plant's growth rate and age, and the time of year.
Avoid feeding houseplants when they're not actively growing or if they are stressed. Most houseplants put on a growth spurt in spring and summer—this is the best time to fertilize them. During the short days of fall and winter, most houseplants need little, if any, fertilizer.
Follow label directions to know how much plant food to use. Fertilizers come in a broad array of formulations, and it's important to avoid overfertilizing your houseplants.
Too much fertilizer can burn their roots and stunt their growth. For flowering varieties, use a fertilizer in which the three numbers These Are Houseplants - Sidereal Time (Cassette the label nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, respectively are relatively equal. If the nitrogen content is too high, the plant may grow a lot of leaves, but few flowers. Several insects commonly attack houseplants. Insecticidal soap is an easy-to-use, effective treatment for most soft-bodied pests such as aphids and spider mites.
A forceful spray of water from the hose may knock down the population of these pests, too. Rubbing alcohol is effective on insects with waxy coatings such as scale and mealybugs. No matter what treatment you use, be consistent. For fast-reproducing pests such as aphids and spider mites, you may need to treat plants once a week for a month or so to be rid of the pests.
Fungus gnats are tiny black flies that buzz around These Are Houseplants - Sidereal Time (Cassette soil; they're often confused with fruit flies. You typically see fungus gnats in large numbers when plants are overwatered. Allow the soil surface to dry between waterings. Remove and destroy diseased houseplants or affected leaves or stems as they develop to prevent the spread of the disease.
Some diseases spread by insects, so keeping the insect population in check helps prevent these problems.
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