How to Use Hydrogen Peroxide On Houseplants

Hydrogen peroxide was one of those ‘scary products that I avoided until, er, this year, because I didn’t want to burn myself/burn my house down/give myself a terrible dye job. It’s super handy to have around though. I don’t use it often (I think my boyfriend uses it more than me for mysterious aquarium-related purposes)but …

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10 Reasons There Are Black Spots On Your Monstera Leaves

First of all BREATH. We’re going to get to the bottom of what causing black or brown spots to appear on your Monstera. This is going to be fine. There are 8 reasons why your monstera is developing black or brown spot on its leaves: Brown or black marks on Monstera leaves don’t always mean …

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How to Use Beneficial Nematodes

Another day, another way of defending ourselves from the onslaught of fungus gnats. I’m pretty lucky in the whole fungus gnat department. There was a time last spring when I couldn’t eat ANYTHING without one of the little buggers trying to get into my mouth (what part of vegan don’t they understand??). Don’t even get …

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How to Use Diatomaceous Earth On Houseplants

I’ve known about the existence of diatomaceous earth for a while ( I watched a Betsey Begonia video on it), and I thought it ‘d be a great topic to read up on and write a blog post about, since it’s one of the most effective ways of getting rid of fungus gnats. So I …

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Why Mushrooms Grow In Houseplants: Exploring the Root Cause

It can be a bit of a shock when mushrooms turn up in your houseplants. Due to their lifecycle, they can literally turn up overnight. Mushrooms turning up in houseplants is a fairly neutral event most of the time. They won’t harm the plant, but they’re unlikely to be particularly beneficial either. So how did …

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