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Toxicity in Plants: How Much Should I Worry?
January 31, 2020 Jen Stearns

Toxicity in Plants: How Much Should I Worry?

It's a legitimate concern - many of us are pet parents as well as plant parents, and we all want to make sure that we and those under our care are as healthy and happy as possible. However, while it's important to know which plants are toxic or non-toxic, it's also important to understand why and to what degree a plant is toxic.
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  • all-about-soil-gnats
    May 19, 2020 Jen Stearns

    All About Soil Gnats

    Soil gnats, also known as fungus gnats, are just about as Houseplants 101 as it gets. They’re easy to get, easy to get rid of, and easy to prevent in the future. Most plant parents will experience this pesky pest at least once in their plant journey - they can even be thought of as something that’s unsurprising for beginners, like falling down when learning to ride a bike or forgetting to wet your canvas when you’re learning how to paint.
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  • 8 Weird Plant Facts
    May 13, 2020 Jen Stearns

    8 Weird Plant Facts

    It's easy to go on forever about plant care techniques and go down the rabbit hole of nitty gritty plant science, but sometimes it's fun to just talk about plant weirdness. Enjoy these 8 weird plant facts! 1. Living bridges...

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  • All About Lipstick Plants
    April 24, 2020 Jen Stearns

    All About Lipstick Plants

    Lipstick plants are sometimes overlooked for more well-known plant varieties on the market today, but they’re a beautiful old flame that we think deserves to come back with a fury. Here’s everything you need to know about lipstick plants! Several...

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  • All About Air Plants
    April 10, 2020 Jen Stearns

    All About Air Plants

    Air plants, which are all of the species in the Tillandsia genus, are famous for being plants that don’t necessarily require themselves to be planted in soil! Most of them are epiphytic, which means that they usually grow on other...

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