Ted Stumpf
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Tag: Houseplants

Posted on 04/03/2022
Essential Care Tips for Night Blooming Jasmine
Night blooming jasmine is a favorite addition to patios, window boxes and trellises for its glossy leaves and sweet-scented flowers. Jasmine can enhance summer nights with its pleasant aroma and grows beautifully in containers or climbing on structures. If you're interested in growing night blooming jasmine yourself, here are some essential care tips to know: Room to Grow...
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Posted on 03/20/2022
6 Ways to Treat & Prevent Whiteflies
Whiteflies are a common pest affecting both houseplants and outdoor gardens. Like many plant pests, whiteflies can damage and even kill your plants if left untreated. Luckily, there are several ways to treat whitefly infestations in your houseplants. Here are some of the most effective methods: Vacuum Whiteflies can be sucked up with a vacuum and disposed of...
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Posted on 03/13/2022
3 Ways to Add Houseplants Into Your Bedroom Decor
Photo by Max Vakhtbovych from Pexels Keeping plants in your bedroom can have positive effects on your mental and physical health. It can also transform the entire look of a room and enhance a relaxing aesthetic. However, if you have a small bedroom, it’s hard to factor in house plants while avoiding unnecessary clutter. Here we will go...
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Posted on 03/06/2022
The best indoor trees
One of the best ways to make a space feel lush and lively is by adding indoor trees. While they won't grow as tall as their outdoor counterparts, indoor trees can reach your ceilings and bring your interior design to new heights. Here are some of the best indoor trees to consider: Fiddle leaf fig Fiddle leaf figs...
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Posted on 12/19/2021
Pet-Safe Alternatives to Popular Houseplants
Photo by Sam Lion from Pexels Indoor plants have many benefits for humans, but can be dangerous for pets. Some of the most popular house plants can be toxic to cats and dogs. Keeping your pets healthy and safe is important, but it’s disappointing when your ideal houseplant won’t work in your home. Luckily, there are some comparable...
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Posted on 10/24/2021
How to Make Eggshell Fertilizer for Your Houseplants
We often use dried eggshells as fertilizer in outdoor gardens. Their extremely high calcium content makes them an excellent way to add extra nutrients to the soil. When properly prepared, eggshells can make for great indoor plant fertilizer as well. Here we’ll go over how to use this common food waste to nourish your houseplants in 5 steps....
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