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The ultimate guide for houseplant care

On this page, you'll find all resources you'll need to take care of your plants and specifically your houseplants. These resources range from information about plant care, information about fertilizer, soil, growing mediums, common pests and more.

These are all the plant resources we've covered so far:

  1. Alocasia Zebrina
  2. Begonia
  3. Calathea Ornata
  4. Croton
  5. Dieffenbachia
  6. Dracaena
  7. Leca
  8. Monstera
  9. Philodendron
  10. Sanseviera
  11. Spider plant

If we haven't covered your plant yet, you can request a plant guide or donate a plant to get your preferred plant on this list as well.

1. Alocasia Zebrina

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How to care for an Alocasia Zebrina

In this ultimate guide, we'll cover everything you need to know to be able to care for your Alocasia Zebrina. Using these tips and tricks will help you to keep your Alocasia Zebrina happy and help it thrive. The Alocasia Zebrina really is a beautiful plant that makes a statement in any room.

Read more about taking care of an Alocasia Zebrina

2. Begonia

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How to care for a Begonia Maculata (Polka dot plant)

In this ultimate guide, we'll cover everything you need to know to be able to care for your Begonias. Begonias look intimidating but are really quite easy to care for. Don't let it's appearance fool you and learn to help it thrive in your house.

Read more about taking care of Begonias

3. Calathea Ornata

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How to care for a Calathea Ornata

Calathea's are notoriously tough plants to keep happy. They love all the humidity you can give it and then some. However, there are a few plant tips you can use to keep even this plant happy and help it thrive in your favorite room in your house.

Read more about taking care of a Calathea

4. Croton

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How to care for Crotons

Crotons are beautiful plants with the wildest leaves you'll have in your house. The colors and shapes of the leaves are very different from any other plant you might have seen. They're great plants for beginners and for those that tend to overwater their plants.

Read more about taking care of Crotons

5. Dieffenbachia

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How to care for a Dieffenbachia

The Dieffenbachia is a beginner friendly plant that has striking patterns on its leaves. This plant will tell you when something is wrong, which makes it perfect for those of us who struggle to understand what our plants need. If you have a slightly darker spot left in your house, a Dieffenbachia will gladly take that space and it will thrive there.

Read more about taking care of a Dieffenbachia

6. Dracaena

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How to care for a Dracaena

One of the best plants for beginners is a Dracaena. They require very little attention and purify the air. They give a modern feel to any room in your house. When taking care for a Dracaena there are a few things to keep in mind to keep it happy. With the tips in this ultimate guide, you'll have all the knowledge you need to keep this plant in your house.

Read more about taking care of a Dracaena

7. Leca

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How to prepare Leca for first use

Find out everything you need to know to use Leca for your houseplants. What are the benefits? What are the challenges? Are there any gotchas you should know when using Leca for your houseplants? This ultimate guide will teach you everything you need to know.

Read more about using Leca to take care of your plants

8. Monstera

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How to care for a Monstera

Monsteras are very popular houseplants and amazing plants for beginning plant owners. They're easy to care for and won't die quickly, even though it's a tropical plant. In this ultimate guide, we'll go over topics like watering needs, light requirements, fertilizer, soil, and even how to grow it in Leca.

Read more about taking care of a Monstera

9. Philodendron

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How to care for a Philodendron

If you love easy to care for plants, you're going to love the Philodendron. This plant has tropical vines and loves to climb things around it, very much like a Monstera. It doesn't require a lot of attention and is a great plant for those that don't want to water a plant every day and have a perfect spot in a indirectly lit area of their house.

Read more about taking care of a Philodendron

10. Sanseviera

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How to care for Sansevierias

Sansevierias are very unusual looking plants, with blades instead of leaves. They're perfect plants for beginning plant owners that forget about their plants all the time. This plant will survive any light exposure you have in your house and will be a plant friend for years to come.

Read more about taking care of Sansevierias

11. Spider plant

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How to care for a spider plant

If you love plants that instantly show you when they're not happy and give you a lot of baby plants very quickly, the spider plant is the perfect plant for you. This plant is very thirsty, so it's a perfect plant for those that overwater their plants. In this ultimate guide we'll go over how to care for a spider plant, how to propagate it, and how to eventually repot the plant.

Read more about taking care of a Spider plant

Didn't find the plant resource you were looking for?

We've written about a lot of plants, but we could've missed the plant you'd like to know more about. If that's the case, you can request a plant guide or donate a plant. This way we can provide you with the information you need quickly and you won't have to wonder if you're taking care of your plant properly anymore.

Sanseveiras on Leca

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