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DIY Succulent Terrarium: Step-by-Step Guide
Tropicals and moss are the most popular plants people grow in their terrariums. But they need high humidity and moist soils to thrive, making a closed terrarium an excellent choice. But what about succulents which
4 Types of Moss for Your DIY Terrarium
Moss terrariums are the best alternative to potted houseplants, especially if you want to spend less time and effort caring for your plants. With moss terrariums, you can create a vibrant miniature landscape that resembles your
10 Best Companion Plants for Basil
Basil is a herb in the mint family. It grows in the summer and can be paired with other plants. When deciding the companion plants for basil, consider those with similar water, soil, and light
How to Make Pothos Fuller and Bushier
Pothos (Devil’s Ivy or Money Plant) can grow into a beautiful vining plant with heart-shaped leaves. Sometimes, the plant doesn’t grow bushy enough. Instead, the plant will look leggy and unattractive. So, how can you
8 Companion Plants for Yarrow + 2 Bad Pairs
Companion planting with yarrow (Achillea millefolium) will save you on garden space, improve the garden’s aesthetics, and enrich the soil. Yarrow attracts pollinators and predatory insects that feed on pests, making it of great benefit
How to Grow Thyme Indoors – Full Care Guide
Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is a herbaceous perennial that can grow indoors successfully if it receives plenty of direct sunlight. Here’s the plant’s profile: Botanical name Thyme (Thymus vulgaris). Sunlight requirement Full sun. Water requirements Minimal,