Posts Tagged "indoor gardening"
Houseplants are great! They liven up a space, and even purify the air! But it can sometimes be tricky to take care of indoor plants when each plant has its own needs. The number one thing most people seem to struggle with is probably the most basic – water! Whether it’s too much or not […]Read More
Bringing your houseplants in for winter care If you are like me, your house is starting to look a bit like a beautiful jungle. My lovely houseplants have been basking in the glory of summer outdoors but as the weather starts to shift and temperatures begin dropping into the 50’s, it’s time for them to […]Read More
Breathe easy, by bringing the fresh air indoors with house plants. Houseplants filter out harmful chemicals from the air, making it easy to breathe and so much more. Here are a few of my favorites: Peace lilies- Did you know that this is the perfect plant to put in your bathroom? It will keep mold […]Read More
GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR HOUSEPLANTS (BRINGING PLANTS IN FOR THE WINTER) You invested good money and time into your summer plants. You may have enjoyed tropical Hibiscus, sweet smelling Gardenias, and lucious Lemons out on your deck or patio all summer long. All of these plants love the summer heat and the more […]Read More
Over the last few years cactus has become the most wanted and asked for plant here at Van Wilgen’s. Almost everywhere you look you can find cacti, whether it’s here in the greenhouse or in any magazine, and even on clothing. It really doesn’t get any easier than cactus. It truely is the perfect plant […]Read More
Autumn is a wonderful (some might say the best) time of the year for color. Trees and landscapes turn into amazing shades of reds, golds, and oranges. Everything in the yard makes us want to bring those same colors indoors. While a cutting arrangement full of autumn flowers is wonderful, they won’t last all season. That’s why […]Read More
Orchids have become a houseplant fan favorite, and rightfully so. The indoor plants add a touch of the exotic to any home and bloom for weeks at a time. Plus, orchids are typically easy to care for and relatively low-maintenance once they are established. Here are three ways to keep your orchid happy and healthy […]Read More