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How Not to Kill Your Houseplant: Survival Tips for the Horticulturally Challenged

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I said this aloud while reading the first 22 pages of this adorable, illustrated encyclopedia-ish plant book. Our team of dedicated Plant Gurus take pride in carefully hand-picking each plant and are always on hand to share their knowledge of plants and how to care for them. I particularly liked the troubleshooting offered in "The Houseplants"; it explains, for instance, that yellow leaves on one plant might mean it needs more water, while yellow leaves on another species might indicate that it's getting too much sunlight. Relying on these "survival tips," readers will ensure that their home (or office) plants live long, healthy lives. So if you’re a houseplant enthusiast with a history of accidental planticide, we’ve got your back: we asked the experts for tips on how to keep them alive and well.

The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Understand how much light, water, heat, and humidity your plant needs, whatever your horticulture woes, this book will explain and fix it. For example, sometimes it says something like "water moderately during the spring and summer and water more sparingly in the winter. Our fiddle leaf fig loves being in a large south-facing window, which receives hours of indirect sun.

Not only will this ensure your plant remains beautiful and dust free, it will also ensure your plant can photosynthesise – which is ultimately how it feeds itself! Survival tips for the horticulturally challenged How Not to Kill Your Houseplant is your guide to every stage of plant parenting for beginners, from identifying exactly what's in the pot, to helping it flourish and grow. From identifying exactly what's in the pot to helping it flourish and grow, this is your guide to creating an oasis of happy, flourishing houseplants.

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Do you crank the heat in winter and/or blast the AC in summer (and, it bears repeating, is your house haunted)? Whether you're a beginner or experienced gardener or looking for gardening tips, this is the complete guide on how to keep your garden in great condition year-round. It's split into two halves, with "The Basics" offering general tips and "The Houseplants" giving specific guidance on 119 common species. When you bring your plant home, place it into its spot in the same pot you brought home from the nursery. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.But even knowledgeable houseplant owners still experience the majority of the mistakes detailed in this article from time to time. Follow the survival tips outlined in this book and you'll be on your way to having your home brimming with green life. And now, as our time spent outside in nature is currently limited, for those without gardens the health benefits of being surrounded by greenery have never been more important. The bad news is they have a variety of different needs and we all have different growing environments. A guide for the horticulturally challenged, this quirky book shares how to keep plants alive, what to look for in a dying plant, and how to turn your home into a plant-safe environment.

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