House Plants The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing and Caring for Indoor Plants

House Plants The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing and Caring for Indoor Plants

If you’re looking for a resource for caring for indoor plants, you’ll want to keep reading! As much as I love my outdoor garden, I am the first one to admit that I struggle with houseplants. They do OK for a few months, but then they start to decline. My husband teases me that I am the only person he knows that has managed to kill a spider plant. Product provided. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

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House Plants The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing and Caring for Indoor Plants

House Plants The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing and Caring for Indoor Plants

What’s the best way to nurture your green thumb when you don’t have a yard or space? Houseplants!

When you want to raise plants but just don’t have the space, then it’s time to turn to houseplants! Houseplants is the definitive guide to the millions of varieties that houseplants come in, and the different levels of maintenance, care, and know-how they all require.

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Now is your chance to dive into this pleasant, no-yard-required hobby without the questions of which potting mix to try, what the right level of light you’ll need, or how to shift your plants as seasons change. Houseplants profiles more than 150 different plants and gives you the best techniques to raise them to be happy, green, and healthy. And as you watch them grow, you can stimulate your inner botanist with the included information on each plant’s Latin family, varieties, bloom period, mature height, and other scientific specs. Buy it today.

My thoughts:

This is a beautiful hardcover book that would make a wonderful addition to your gardening library or as a gift for a friend along with a plant. There are chapters on planting, watering and fertilizing; lighting; environment, grooming, and propagation; problem-solving and specialties. Then, there are plant profiles for individual plants so you can see the specifics for the plants you have or may want to add to your collection. I absolutely love the gorgeous color photographs in this book. It’s so easy for me to identify my houseplants and figure out what I need to do to care for them properly. This is a beautiful book that you’ll want to refer to over and over again.

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13 thoughts on “House Plants The Complete Guide to Choosing, Growing and Caring for Indoor Plants

  1. I would love to learn how to better care for my house plants! I have several in my home now and I would love to add more!

  2. It has taken me a while, but I finally have a collection of plants that I am unable to kill. I wish I was better at growing things, but alas, it does not seem to be my thing.

  3. This would be so perfect! Since my precious Nana’s passing in 2016, I have managed to keep alive her houseplants and also start a few of my own. I love it now and this would be perfect so I can learn more!

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