Elle

Elle is a plant lover and grower extraordinaire! House plant health and plant care are her expertise. She graduated from Oregon State University's Horticulture Program and enjoys urban gardening, raising chickens, and covering her home with tropical plants!

Calathea Roseopicta Rosy

How To Care For the Calathea Roseopicta Rosy: An Eye-Catching Houseplant

Looking for an exciting houseplant to add color and life to your home? Look no further than Calathea Roseopicta Rosy! This gorgeous houseplant exhibits broad leaves with dark green margins and a bright fuchsia center, hence its nickname, the “Rose painted calathea.” The underside of the leaves is also a pretty shade of purple, usually […]

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raindrop peperomia

Caring For Your New Raindrop Peperomia Plant – A Beginners Guide

I was first introduced to Peperomia polybotrya, otherwise known as the Raindrop Peperomia, on a trip to Costa Rica. I was immediately drawn to its unique appearance; the leaves are heart-shaped and deep green. It’s a beautiful plant that is relatively easy to care for, making it an excellent choice for those new to plant

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Calathea Leopardina Care Guide: Tips for a Healthy and Happy Plant

Are you looking for a Calathea Leopardina care guide? You’ve come to the right place! Calathea Leopardina is a beautiful plant that is native to South America. It can be grown indoors or outdoors and is known for its lush sword-shaped green leaves and striking dark green or purple markings resembling a leopard. Calathea plants

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Philodendron Imperial Green

Caring for the Glorious Philodendron Imperial Green

With a gorgeous display of large glossy green leaves, Philodendron Imperial Green is a stunning addition to any indoor plant collection. It displays beautiful broad, glossy leaves that resemble elephant ears. These leaves look very classy and shiny during the day, with a bright light reflecting them. Unlike other Philodendron varieties, it is self-heading, which

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