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    Article: What’s Wrong With My Arrowhead Plant? — Plants & House

    Arrowhead plants, or Syngonium, are generally non-fussy, easygoing plants. But even the easiest plants can be divas once in a while when they need something. If your Syngonium is looking sad, it probably just wants a little extra TLC. Read on to diagnose the issue and find out how to fix it. What Causes Brown Spots On My Arrowhead Plant? There are a couple of different reasons why the leaves of an arrowhead plant can turn brown. The cause depends on the location of the browning. Here are the m

    Article: How To Prune Wisteria? — Plants & House

    Wisteria is a flowering vine that produces stunning blooms throughout any structure it’s allowed to climb. If you’re new to this plant, you might not realize that it can be downright invasive if it’s not kept under control. Pruning is essential to manage your wisteria’s growth and prevent it from damaging your home. In this article, we’ll discuss when and how to trim this beautiful vine. Pruning your wisteria at specific, regular times throughout the year will make the task easier on both you a

    Article: What Is A Shade Garden? (Plus 11 Great Plants To Include)

    Many people mistakenly believe that a shady property severely limits your gardening options. On the contrary, it can give you the opportunity to have a diverse, attractive, and low maintenance shade garden. A shade garden is comprised of plants that thrive in low levels of sunlight. Shade gardening is perfect for homeowners who want a fuss-free garden with minimal weeding and watering required. Popular selections for a shade garden include plants such as astilbe, ferns, caladium, and bellflower

    Article: How To Care For A Fittonia Plant? — Plants & House

    Fittonia albivenis, or the Fittonia plant, is an excellent choice for any plant owner. They are not the fussiest plants, and therefore can be great for beginners and veteran gardeners alike. This article gives an overview of caring for Fittonias, including watering tips, soil, and maintenance. Read to learn more on how to care for a Fittonia plant. The Fittonia plant was named after Sarah and Elizabeth Fitton, the botanists who discovered it in the 1800s. Many people know it more commonly as “

    Article: How To Propagate Arrowhead Plant? — Plants & House

    Propagating plants often seems intimidating to novice gardeners. But really, all it means is growing a new plant from a parent plant. Fortunately for us, Mother Nature does all of the heavy lifting for this process. Syngonium podophyllum, or arrowhead plants, are easy to propagate from stem cuttings, and can be done using a couple of different methods. When is the Best Time to Propagate Cuttings? Technically, you might be able to propagate your arrowhead whenever you want to. But your chances

    Article: How To Get A Madagascar Dragon Tree To Bloom? — Plants & House

    If you have a Madagascar dragon tree and are active in social media houseplant groups, you can probably relate to the feeling of jealousy when someone says that their Dracaena marginata is flowering. But don’t feel bad – flowering indoors is extremely rare for these plants, and is much more likely in their native habitat. In this article, we’ll go over what is most likely to encourage those elusive flowers, as well as how to promote healthy dragon tree growth in general. The short answer is: so

    Article: Signs Of Frost Damage On Plants (3 Key Symptoms To Look For)

    It’s disappointing to watch your plants struggle after a cold snap. But how do you know for sure whether it was the frost that damaged them? Frost damage tends to have a few distinct characteristics, including limp, droopy leaves, long cracks on tree trunks, and leaves that gradually turn black and die in as little as a few hours. But even if a plant loses all of its foliage after freezing weather, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s dead. And even if a plant looks perfectly fine after a fro

    Article: Which Plants Like Acidic Soil? (Plus 3 Ways To Acidify Soil)

    The pH value of your soil has a significant effect on the nutrients that are available for your plants. If you recently discovered that your garden soil is on the acidic side, you might think your plant options are limited. On the contrary, there are a wide range of plants that thrive in acidic soil. Woody shrubs like roses, vegetables such as asparagus, and most fruit trees grow best in soil with pH levels below 7. While the above plants are known as acid-lovers, that doesn’t mean you need to

    Article: What Happened To The American Chestnut Tree? — Forest Wildlife

    The American chestnut tree was once a majestic species – one of the tallest and quickest-growing trees in the country. But what was once a valuable food and wood source for the United States was all but wiped out by a devastating disease. In this article, we’ll discuss what killed the American chestnut tree, and what scientists are doing to try and save it. What Has Caused the Widespread Decline of the American Chestnut Tree? The American chestnut tree thrived for at least 40 million years. Th

    Article: How Can You Tell If A Deer Is Pregnant? — Forest Wildlife

    Those of us who live in areas with a lot of deer are used to seeing them around. But spotting a pregnant deer can be tricky. To determine whether a doe is pregnant, some background knowledge on the breeding season is helpful. When Do Deer Get Pregnant? Deer reproductive cycles mostly depend on the climate. Natural selection has refined the breeding process to ensure that fawns are born in optimal conditions for survival. In northern areas of the U.S., for example, the breeding season runs fro

    Article: How To Build A Deer Feeder — Forest Wildlife

    Installing a deer feeder on your property can be a good way to attract deer, whether you’re a hunter or just a nature lover. Unfortunately, many store-bought deer feeders are not easy on the wallet. If you’d like to save money and enjoy DIY projects, read on to learn how to build a deer feeder (including an instructional video). How Do You Make A Homemade Deer Feeder? There are several different designs and strategies you can use to make a deer feeder. Your plan will depend on where you want y

    Blog: 4 Simple Ways to Express Gratitude

    Facing legal transitions and challenges during the holiday season can affect your ability to truly get into the spirit. As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, and we’re all encouraged to count our blessings, this can be especially difficult. While we all recognize that we have much to be thankful for, it’s easy to get hung up on the negative aspects of our lives. Here are some tips and tricks that are designed to help pull you out of a funk when you need it the most:

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