Anthurium Plowmanii: Care and Cultivation

Anthurium Plowmanii: Care and Cultivation

What is Anthurium Plowmanii? The Anthurium plowmanii is a species of flowering plant in the family Araceae, native to Paraguay, Peru, north & west-central Brazil, Bolivia. One of the more unique-looking anthuriums, this plant is sometimes called a ‘Birds nest anthurium’, ‘Wave plant’, ‘Anthurium Plowmanii Ruffles’, or a ‘Wave of Love’. It has long, wavy…

Alocasia Sinuata ‘Quilted Dreams’ Ultimate Care Guide

Alocasia Sinuata ‘Quilted Dreams’ Ultimate Care Guide

Alocasia Sinuata, also called Alocasia Quilted Dreams, is a flowering plant in the family Araceae. Its origins are limited to the limestone forests of Samar, Leyte, and parts of Mindanao in the Philippines. The species was first described by botanist Nicholas Edward Brown in 1885. But this flowery jungle dweller has an even smaller distribution…

Dragon Tail Plant | All You Need to know About | Grow & Care Tips

Dragon Tail Plant | All You Need to know About | Grow & Care Tips

Dragon tail plant (Epipremnum Pinnatum) is a flowering plant in the Araceae family, and it’s known by a number of different names: entipede tongavine and dragon-tail plant. In the Phillippines, it’s called tibatib. It’s native to Northern Australia and travels its way down through Malaysia and Indochina into southern China, Taiwan, Japan, and as far…

How to Plant Daylily Proliferations? Easy Guide

How to Plant Daylily Proliferations? Easy Guide

Daylilies are some of the easiest, most prolific flowers to grow. They’re also a great flower for first-time gardeners, as they’re easy to maintain and grow well in almost any environment. Daylilies are in the genus Hemerocallis and are native to Asia. The name “Hemerocallis” literally means “day”and “beautiful,” as the flowers only open during…

What is eating my Salvias & How Keep Them Away From Your Plants

What is eating my Salvias & How Keep Them Away From Your Plants

Caterpillars, slugs and snails, grasshoppers, aphids, earwigs, lace bugs, thrips, and spider mites are some of the insects that can attack your salvia and eat them up. Birds like to eat tender young leaves. Deer and rabbits will eat the entire plant down to the ground. Squirrels will eat the flowers. Slugs, snails and aphids…