Indoor Plants

This category has all the information you need to grow some awesome plants indoors.

plumeria not blooming

Plumeria Not Blooming? (Here’s Why & How to Fix It!)

Plumeria doesn’t bloom if it doesn’t get adequate sunlight. Plumeria also fails to bloom if the soil doesn’t have enough Phosphorous content. Plumeria also doesn’t bloom if the plant is overwatered. Plumeria also doesn’t flower if there’s a severe infestation of Thrips, Aphids, or Mealybugs. Plumeria is grown for its beautiful flowers. The plants make …

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Begonia dying after repotting

Begonia Dying After Repotting? (Here’s Why & How to Fix It!)

Your Begonia is dying after repotting because of transplant shock. Plants experience transplant shock when the roots get damaged during the process. As a result of this, leaves wilt and get discolored. To prevent this, be gentle when repotting your Begonia. Begonia is grown for its beautiful flowers. The genus has more than 2,000 species …

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Alocasia Drooping

Alocasia Drooping? (Here’s Why & How to Fix It!)

Transplant shock is probably the reason why your Alocasia is drooping. Alocasia leaves also droop when it is watered improperly, i.e., overwatering or underwatering. Alocasia could also droop if it doesn’t get adequate sunlight or humidity. Alocasia is grown indoors for its beautiful foliage, which makes it one of the most striking indoor plants. Alocasia …

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Plumeria buds falling off

Plumeria buds falling off? (Here’s Why & How to Fix It!)

Plumeria buds fall off mainly due to Blacktip fungus disease. Plumeria buds could also fall off when they are exposed to frost. Excess moisture in the soil also causes the Plumeria buds to fall off. Plumeria, also called Frangipani is grown for its beautiful flowers. Plumeria foliage looks awesome too. Even amateur gardeners can grow …

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Plumeria leaves puckering

Plumeria Leaves Curling? (Here’s Why & How to Fix It!)

Plumeria leaves curl mainly due to Aphid/Mealybug/Spider mite infestations. Plumeria leaves also curl when the plant is underwatered/overwatered. Plumeria leaves also curl if the plant is infected by Plumeria rust disease. Plumeria is grown for its beautiful flowers. The plant gives out pretty, white flowers but the foliage looks good too. Plumeria is also called …

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Do African Violets need special soil

Do African Violets need special soil? (Here’s a Potting Mix Recipe!)

Yes, African violets need a special potting mix. The potting mix should be airy, loose and light while still holding adequate amount of water. One can achieve this by adding a variety of ingredients to the regular potting mix. African violets are wonderful plants. These plants are grown for their beautiful flowers. African violets have …

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plumeria leaves turning yellow

Plumeria Leaves turning Yellow? (Here’s Why & How to Fix It!)

Plumeria leaves turn yellow if the plant is overwatered. Plumeria leaves also turn yellow when the plant gets less water than needed. Plumeria leaves turn a rusty-yellow due to a fungal disease called Plumeria rust. Plumeria foliage also turns yellow if there’s an infestation of sap-sucking insects. Plumeria is the genus of a plant that’s …

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Calathea Plant Drooping

Calathea Plant Drooping? (Here’s Why & How to Fix It!)

Drooping stems/leaves in Calathea are mainly caused by overwatering. Curled, crispy brown leaves are caused by underwatering. Low humidity and Excess heat also cause drooping in the Calathea plant. Calathea is grown indoors for its wonderful foliage. Calathea is a genus of a few species of plants that are grown indoors. Calathea plant is quite …

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What is eating my Geraniums

What is eating my Geraniums? (7 Culprits & Quick Fixes!)

Geranium budworms are the main pests that eat Geranium buds, flowers, and leaves. Japanese Beetles and Greenflies also munch on Geraniums. Rats, Rabbits, and Javelinas also eat Geraniums. Geraniums are pretty, little plants with colorful flowers. Geraniums are sun-loving plants that blossom their heart-out in bright sunlight. Geranium is also called Cranesbill. Geraniums are easy …

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